I've been an avid photographer since my college days in the 60s and 70s though the interest back then was mostly architectural. Among (many)other things, I've worked as a photojournalist through which I developed an appreciation and skill for capturing "a moment" which tells a story.
My specific interest in male figurative work became serious in the early 90s when I owned a gallery in Key West called "Bodyscapes", one of the few galleries in the country at the time which would feature fine art imagery of the male form. Through the gallery I met and represented some of the finest photographers of the genre in the United States. And, subsequently, thought "if they can do it, why can't I?"
Twenty years later, practicing my craft, I'm finally arriving at a style that's uniquely my own, gaining some recognition with several one-person shows and building a new career as a photographer. Though what goes around comes around...most of the paid work is as an architectural and interiors photographer. My passion, however, is the male figurative work. It's my intent that can become part of the new career as well.
Current Residence: Aiken, SC
Your work is just stunning, you capture people in their best and most natural way, simply stunning. Thanks for sharing, I am looking forward on returning on many an occasion to marvel and be inspired by your work
Thanks so much. Unfortunate we are on different sides of the pond. Working with you could be, I imagine, inspirational.
Thanks for the like. Your gallery is amazing. Your work and your models are beautiful. Will definitely be watching.
Have been browsing your gallery and have faved a lot of photos that will help me as figure studies for my drawings. I realize they aren't stock , so I won't be copying them ,but simply looking at them to see how the muscles lay in different poses. I hope you don't mind. And thanks for a great gallery