My passion for all things airplane has been a lifelong condition, leading me to a degree in Aeronautical Engineering and a lengthy aerospace career. Surprisingly, I did not point a camera at an airplane until my last year in college (1982) and have not stopped since. I live and work in Northern California where I try to attend at least four or five local airshows each season. An aerospace career has provided me many chances to photograph subjects ranging from Space Shuttles to warbirds along with a few helicopters. Though I prefer to photograph military aircraft, I have been diversifying my topics as my style continues to develop.
I have been a member of the International Society for Aviation Photography
since 2008 and recommend it to all photographers serious about this field. Excellent networking and opportunities to learn firsthand from the true masters of their craft.
My articles and photographs have appeared in General Aviation News, Airport Journals, Pacific Flyer, InFlight USA, and Smithsonian Air & Space. In 2010 I became one of the official photographers for the prestigious Living Legends of Aviation Awards
gala held in Beverly Hills. I use Think Tank
products exclusively while using and transporting my equipment.
Link to published articles