"Fall in Central Park"

"Flowering Tabebuia"

Swamp and forest scenes are inherently busy. Lots of vertical lines interwoven with branches in all directions and trees scattered every which way. Yet, I feel a quietness when I am in the middle of it. The images below are composites of multiple images, distilling the scene down to its essence.


Two weeks in the life of a lily bouquet, accumulated in ultra-long exposures and expressed in a series of "aging" two-dimensional images. Each image in the series had approximately 20 hours of life (exposure) added to the previous one. Available in black&white and color.

"Evolving Lilies"

2020 Monochrome Awards, Honorable Mention

2020 Budapest International Foto Awards - Honorable Mention

2020 Tokyo International Foto Awards - Honorable Mention

Extracting and reducing the color of a landscape. 
This image was created by taking multiple shots from different points around the tree. These images were then overlaid with varying opacity to represent all sides of the tree in one single image.​​​​​​​


2019 Naples Camera Club - Yellow Ribbon

International Publication 1x.xom

Art Limited 2019 selection for Artistic Excellence

Center for the Arts Bonita Springs “This Land” Exhibition

2019 Alliance for the Arts, Fort Myers “The Eyes Have It” Exhibition

2019 IPA Awards - Silver Medal

2019 ND Awards - Honorable Mention

Annual Photography Awards 2019 - Honorable Mention​​​​​​​

2020 Publication Musee Magazine

2020 Camera USA

2020 Moscow International - Honorable Mention

2020 PX3 Prix de la Photographie, Paris - Honorable Mention

2019-2020 Umbra International Photography Awards - 1st Place Digital Manipulations

"Painted Lilies"

A flock of terns in flight. Taken in St. George Island State Park.


"Jumeirah Lake Towers"

Oak in Color
Oak in Color
Fine Pine
Fine Pine
Lone Palm
Taken during a rainy day. I was trying to stay dry while the lone palm was soaking up the precious water.  Multiple shots from different angles around the tree and then overlaid with varying degrees of opacity give it its fine texture.

"Lone Palm"

2019 Art Limited Editor's Selection

2019 Miami Vision Excellence Award - First Place

2020 Center for the Arts, Bonita Springs, Fl, "Black & White"

2020 Tokyo International Foto Awards - Honorable Mention

2021 Art Limited Editor's Selection

"Tree House"

"Victims of a Wall"

Forest Bathing
The concept of Shinrin-yoku, or forest therapy, developed in the 1980-ies has become a cornerstone of preventive health care and healing in Japanese medicine.
This is not exercise, hiking or jogging. It is simply being in nature and connecting with it through our senses of sight, hearing, taste, smell and touch – immersing ourselves.
The image was taken in Germany, in the park of 19th-century Castle Rauischholzhausen near the town of Marburg. The park with its mature trees is a popular venue for weddings and weekend outings.
“And into the forest I go, to lose my mind and find my soul.” – John Muir

"Forest Bathing"

Alliance for the Arts, Fort Myers, FL, 2019 - 33rd All Florida Juried Exhibit 

Camera Club Naples 2019 - Blue Ribbon 

Florida Camera Club Council - 2019 Red Ribbon

International Fine Art Photography Awards 2019 - Nominee

2019 ND Awards - Honorable Mention

2019 Chromatic Awards - Honorable Mention

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