After years of photography classes in high school, R.O.P. adult school and college, graduating with an Associate’s Degree in Administration of Justice: Evidence Technology, working as a photographer for three law enforcement departments, four photography studios and working freelance (photographing forensics, school portraits, art, family portraits, sports and weddings, etc), nine years of competing in an impacted field in a seasonal business left me exhausted and discouraged. As a result I decided to retire from being a professional photographer. In the intervening years, I have continued to photograph family events and trips from an artistic point of view. Recently, I found myself with more time and resources to devote to pursuing photographic art as a hobby, finding enjoyment in practicing my art which I had long thought lost. It is my hope that people will enjoy the images I make of the subjects which interest me.