The whole story of my first career.

Stock car photography from the summers of 1969 – 1972 – shooting with a Leica G, my first rolls of 35 mm film on a project that has stayed close to my heart.

Pinhole work in the Southwest 2005 – hauling a homemade pinhole camera adapted with a 4×5 Polaroid back, along with all the PN55 film in a cooler, around the southwest in the summer of 2005 looking for a site to shoot just like this.

Everyday work inspired by Byron Wolfe – who, though we’ve never met, has inspired me through his personal work and teaching.

Carnivals – the noise and movement and color on a summer night; endless possibilities.

Urban Geometries – geometric alignments and rough textures demand my attention.