About Me


I smile - a lot.  Especially with camera in hand and something or someone to photograph.

I found my passion late in life.  With a network of amazing supporters and encouragement from local community and business, I decided to pursue this passion and made it my profession.

I live countryside roughly 20 miles west of Boston in Stow, MA, a small town of about 7,000 people. I’m fortunate to be surrounded by beautiful wide open spaces and seasonal landscapes that I take advantage of every day.  Currently, I reside next to a 97-year-old orchard.  Old wooden fences, rock walls, grassy hills, and acres of beautiful trees often serve either as the perfect backdrop or the main focal point for my work.

I have the benefit of moving pretty much in any direction and finding something or someone remarkable to photograph.   A particular favorite is a local farm complete with sheep, cows, chickens, and horse...it has become such a ritual in my day, the animals know me by name!  I try to maintain the philosophy that every picture I take is unique, each a piece of artwork in its own right.

My family and friends are ever supportive.  I have two teenage sons who keep me feeling youthful, and at times I feel like I run a restaurant that never closes!

As the saying goes in America - Life is Good! 

Boston Voyager Article

If you'd like to get to know me a little better, here's an article in the Boston Voyager.