About 25 years ago I got down-sized from corporate America. Having very few options, I decided to leap from hobbyist to professional photographer. In the beginning it was a struggle. Initially, I started as a wedding and portrait photographer. Nicest compliment ever received - “You make ordinary people look great.” As the business grew photographing sports; special events; and real estate things got easier. The net result is I gained proficiency and competence in a variety of photographic experiences.
Seeing the world through my lens. There are so many things, places, and people to photograph. The excitement of meeting new people and sharing what I have learned with them. The challenges associated with learning new techniques. Currently, I am working with the real estate industry and inndividual business owners. In addition, I am trying to master astro, macro and flower photography. I also work with abused children teaching them the fundamentals of photography
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