Lives in Sausalito, CA, United States
Works as a Travel writer & photographer
Has a website at http://lenscraft.com/
Joined on Aug 26, 2011
I've been photographing since 1985. I returned from college to comfort my parents after a fire destroyed my family home. My father handed me his camera to take some photos to document the damage for the insurance company, and I spent the next few hours taking carefully composed (and utterly useless) shots of the details of destruction... the tip of a charred beam, a blistered pesticide sprayer as seen through a hole burned in a wall, a perfect pile of ashes. That's when I first started seeing the world around me as art, as moments of time to be frozen.
I love travel, and I've been travel blogging on lenscraft.com since before the word 'blog' existed. I'm a staff photographer for the Burning Man organization, where I started shooting my current 'tribes' series of portraits. My work has been featured in several galleries as well as the Monterey Museum of Art's "Best New California Photographers" show.
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