Fine Art Photography: Studio practice since 2005. Work includes projects and varied pursuits with the visual arts throughout this period of time. Central to these efforts is conceptualizing identity within a subjective documentary-style framework.
Selections include series, sequences, and stand-alone photograph works from varied formats. Evolving 2005-PRESENT.
Photobooks: Browse and purchase current publications and works in-development. Selections currently in collections nationwide. Book projects reflect evolving creative focus, educational pursuits, and orientation of a body of work developed over time.
Examples include Iroquoia (VSW Press, 2007), Recollection (VSW Press, 2011), and Bright Valley (tent. 2020 publication).
Ephemera: Archival fine art (Giclée) prints, postcards, miscellaneous products developed from varied art photography pursuits.
Wide range of visual materials available for purchase. Customizable imagery, formats, and sizes. Selections vary.
Custom Photography: The Image File™ is a grouping of original images specific to the needs of the client and is developed in support of this vision. Custom photography services provide different size/format web-ready photography packages for varied needs (all image needs in one place ensuring continuity, quality, and usage rights).
Location studies, Portraiture, Product/ Service Branding, Custom photographic files (custom ‘stock-like’ imagery with all aspects specific to client needs), Photographic Prints, Cards, Banners…
Visual Narratives: Your story, the identity, that process- visualized. Process documentation sequences, series, portfolios. Sell concepts with a demonstrated process.
Visual narratives are documentary-style stories that explore product, identity, location and history. Uses include web-based applications, print support for annual reports, and human interest, and promotional applications.
Archives: Mining the personal archive, location research on-demand, historical property information, regional documentation, digitized public and private archives and/or individual works. Digitization services.
Digital capture and edit of analog files including photographs, print material, and your varied ephemera.
Location research: Services include historical map mining and digitization, period media, and associated focused visual research on a particular business, location, product, and/or applied subject.