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Thanks for stopping by and taking a look around. I've loved photography for a long time. When I was dating my wife Sylvia, I bought a manual Canon T-60 camera with some kind of kit lens. I had no clue what I was doing. The salesman started telling me about aperture and shutter speed and I had no idea what he was talking about.
I just started making some photographs. I devoured copies of Popular Photography and educated myself with books from Ansel Adams. I found that photography came to me naturally. I could "see" things through a lens that others couldn't.
I had to take a break from the world of SLR photography in 1998. It was time for my wife and I to raise a family which included my son Michael and daughter Ally. It would be 10 years before I was able to purchase another SLR. By this time, the digital revolution had taken hold. While it was still like riding a bike to learn new controls and terms, it took awhile to get that vision that I had. So I shot for nearly 2 years before deciding to turn it into a business.
After living in New York for my first 8 years, I spent the next 19 years in New Jersey. Circumstances brought us to Florida for 14 years and now we have settled in the Atlanta area of Georgia. I love it and hope to spend a long time here as an Atlanta photographer.
God has blessed me with the gift of creativity. So I want to use that to help tell your story. If you have any questions at all, please feel free to call me any time at 678-310-9172