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It was in New Orleans circa 1965 that my interest in photography as a fine art blossomed. I was soon participating in group shows, and, in time, I became associated with the Mario Villa Gallery. In 1986, I moved to the Gulf Coast of Mississippi, living just two blocks from the Gulf of Mexico. Here, I was represented by Serenity Galleries. I have traveled from the Canary Islands to Latin America as well as the deep south in search of photographic images. In 2005, Hurricane Katrina, which I experienced with my son in the attic of our home in Pass Christian, MS, destroyed a life time's worth of negatives, slides and prints. Since that fateful day, I have been busily creating new work which I gladly share here on this site. I have recently created a photo book, 'Even Unto Death: The Theater of Remembrance', which is a photographic essay of the singular cemeteries of New Orleans. I have also compiled: 'The New Orleans I Remember: A Photographic Memoir of New Orleans in the 1960's and 1970's', a work I have plans to expand in the next year. I was brought to photography by the work of Paul Strand, Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Walker Evans, Rene Magritte, Marcel Duchamp, and Edward Hopper...as well as the anonymous work of 19th Century practitioners of the photographic arts. Those interested in my publications can go to www.blurb.com and type in my name to see previews of my books. One of my greatest pleasures in creating images is sharing what I have seen with others...so I invite you to have a look at my work.