SOME THINGS I HAVE SEEN
The very nature of photography, that ability to capture a moment and revisit it later, at another time, allows us to peer into a window to the past and observe that moment frozen, like a fly trapped in amber. The mind’s eye registers the exact moment you choose to press the shutter and, in the processing that comes later, you seek affirmation in the film of that which you hoped to capture. Yet viewed from the distant perspective of time, the photograph takes on a quality of its own and a certain detachment occurs. The result is a subjective interpretation of the object of my gaze to remain as a still reminder of a single moment.
Dedicated to that single moment, this website explores my work in black and white photography since 1970, when I first began to use the camera as a framing tool. Thank you for visiting; I hope you will find it of interest.