I have been photographing seriously (and not so seriously) for more than 45 years. I have gained a little recognition nationally for my photography of the evolving California landscape. Regionally I am known as a photographer, teacher, gallery administrator, and former director of the popular Gladding McBean Photography Workshops.
My photographic projects have focused on the man-impacted environment, with a few nods of appreciation to the natural world, and an occasional touch of humor. My documentary-style landscapes reside in the collections of the California State Library, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the Museum of Modern Art in New York, among others.