I'm a photographer and printmaker with studios in Austin, Texas, and Sapello, New Mexico. I'm honored that my prints are in museum, corporate, institutional, and private collections internationally. For many years I've worked with curators, galleries, consultants, art buyers, and private collectors; I understand client priorities, budgets, and tight deadlines.

I have a substantial archive, produce new work constantly, and experiment with printmaking compulsively. If you like what you see, but do not find what you need, let me know. I'll forward a PDF of work customized to your needs.

Click the Contact link to send me an email or voice message. I'm happy to forward a print price list or answer any questions you may have. 
Bona Fide
I teach and mentor young photographers at St. Edward's University, where I am a Professor of Photocommunications and serve as the program Area Coordinator. I've taught workshops and made presentations for: the Maine Photographic Workshops, the Santa Fe Workshops, the California Arts Institute, Anderson Ranch, the Royal Photographic Society of Scotland, the Society for Photographic Education, National Press Photographer's Association (NPPA), and the American Society for Media Photographers (ASMP), among others.

I've received grants through the National Endowment for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Humanities (2), and numerous academic research grants that have funded my interest in historic printing processes, alternative processes, and digital printing.
I have written and lectured extensively on business practices for photographers and, in 2006, published The Photographer's Guide to the Digital Darkroom (the first textbook to bridge traditional photographic practice with digital imaging). Click on the Publications link for more information. For a current resume click the PDF link on this page.
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