I’ve been a resident of Long Island since 1958. In 1980, I purchased my first camera, which was a used Nikon 35mm with a 50mm lens. I found myself drawn to the scenery of Long Island and that became my primary photographic interest. Over time I invested in medium format film equipment to improve the quality of the images that I was able to capture. As time went on, digital became the new state of the art in photography. I embraced the new technology in both camera equipment and digital software techniques to further my photographic style. Over the years, my work has been exhibited in local libraries throughout Suffolk County and on the cover of publications such as Boating World Magazine, along with Facebook groups; Long Island Wildlife Photography & Long Island Birds thus allowing me to share my work with a greater audience.
My primary interest is in photographing Seascapes, Landscapes and Wildlife. Current mix of digital equipment consists of Olympus & Sony DSLR’s (Olympus EM1 Mark II & Sony A7R4) cameras. Lenses used: Olympus Pro series lenses (12-100mm F4.0, and 300mm F4.0). Sony lenses (24-105mm F4 G, 20mm F1.8G, 85mm F1.8G and the 100-400mm F4.5-5.6 G Master). Computer software used for my post processing workflow are: Adobe Photoshop CC, Lightroom CC, and Topaz Suite.