My first serious photograph was taken many years ago on a trip to Maine. Since then you will find my camera in my car almost all of the time, just in case a photographic opportunity arises. Most of my photographs are of outdoor scenery, including close-ups of flowers.
My most recent project was in January when Connie and I went to Montreal to take in an exhibit of the works of Vincent van Gogh. The presentation was spectacular. I took over 100 photographs (flash not allowed) of sections of as many of his works as possible.
I am a member of the Adirondack Arts Association, Strand Arts Association. I have been a vendor at the SUNY Plattsburgh arts and Crafts Fair, and presently have a dozen, or so, of my photographs on display at Champlain Valley Electric Supply Co. on Hammond Lane, Plattsburgh, NY.
My camera is digital Canon, EOS, Rebel XTi.
Monet's Water Garden in Giverny
Apartment Stairway in France
Summer Stream in the Adirondacks
Mayor's Cup Race
from Cliff Haven
Pride of the Adirondacks
MacDonough Monument at Christmas
Super Moon over Gunboat Island
Old Stone Bridge in Keeseville
Old Base Chapel in Autumn
Valcour Island Lighthouse
24x36 canvas @ $100 *
30x40 canvas @ $125 *
* NYS Sales tax included
Please contact me for other sizes or options such as prints only, matted photographs, framed and glassed, plain, etc.
April 9, 1940 – born in Buffalo, NY (the same day that the Nazi’s were invading Norway).
1957 – Graduated from Depew High School, NY
1957-58 – Syracuse University freshman
1958-62 – SUNY Cortland, BS in Physical Education
1962-63 – Graduate Assistant at Penn State University, MS in Physical Education 1968
1963-64 – SUNY Geneseo, Instructor of Physical Education
1964-77 – SUNY Plattsburgh, Assistant Professor in the Campus School (Physical Education)
1977-99 -- AuSable Valley Central School, Director of Physical Education and Athletics
June, 1999 – Retired
Currently – Town of Plattsburgh Historian