I began serious photography in 1970 with my first SLR while working for the Soo Line Railroad waiting to be drafted. The draft skipped over me and I went to college to become a teacher. While in college I worked in a camera store and took several photography courses. Early on I pursued black and white photography and became proficient in black and white photo processing.
When I graduated after a few years of teaching I taught photography and darkroom techniques to yearbook staff members part-time. I have been in and out of photography through the years and have been published several times.
I am now retired currently, tour almost every summer by motorcycle and pursue photography while traveling all over North America.