I got my photographic start in Aspen, Colorado. I went to ski and never left. I opened a small ad agency called Studio Three. When I found I couldn't get the images I wanted, I picked up a camera and learned by trial and error. After a few years, I found myself enjoying it so much I gave it more and more attention. I began doing sports photography along with assignments for various magazines in the US and abroad. I was hooked. I began trading my advertising work for the photographic world. Soon thereafter, I was asked to do a test shoot by the Leo Burnett ad agency for their world famous Marlboro campaign. It was successful and that began an incredible journey that lasted for over 12 years. I am now semi-retired after a career of over 45 years as a professional photographer. I am focused on creating and selling fine art images. I continue to fight for copyright protection for all artists. I am represented by the M+B Gallery in Los Angeles.