“When people ask me what equipment I use – I tell them my eyes.” — Anonymous
“Once photography enters your bloodstream, it is like a disease.” — Anonymous
I have always had an interest in cameras and pictures, but never seriously, other than that photos gave me memories of places I've been and events that were going on. Where did this interest come from? Not really sure. It could have been from my mom, who kept many photo albums of the family from back in the 1940's, maybe even the 1930's. I no longer can remember, and those photo albums are gone - lost in the flood of 1972 in Wyoming Valley, Pennsylvania. I still grieve the loss of those family photos, because at the time, I guess I took them for granted. I remember looking at them, all secured with their photo corners on black album pages, with names and dates written for each one!!! What a treasure! What a loss!
My journey into professional photography began with an interest in nature and wildlife photography, and while l enjoy mingling with God's wilder creations, I have found that I love photographing people most of all, and I have evolved into concentrating on being a people and commerical photographer.
I am home-based in Spring, Texas and available for on-location assignments.
More recently has been my journey into commercial photography, and, after a long absence from fine art, I have re-begun to offer fine art photography and have had exhibits at several locations.
I am a member of Professional Photographers of America, Texas Professional Photographers Association and Professional Photographers Guild of Houston, the Houston Northwest Chamber of Commerce. the Spring Klein Chamber of Commerce and Greater Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
Me in Bluebonnets 2018
As long as I've lived in Texas, and as many times as I've been to bluebonnet country, I've never had my picture taken in bluebonnets. This year I finally did!! The day was beautiful but the wind was kicking up terribly. Still, I managed to get one photo taken where you can still see my face.