I love the area I live in. New England, with it's distinct 4 seasons, offers a never ending canvas of scenery, color, and light, the highlight being the spectacular fall foliage. New England is also in the heart of The Atlantic Flyway which brings an abundance of migrating birds through our area every spring and fall. For a photographer, there is hardly a day that passes without some kind of photo op. With quintessential New England coastal villages, small towns tucked in the mountains with their white churches and town commons the subject matter is endless. I hope you will browse through my galleries and find something that appeals to your senses. Please enjoy my humble attempt to showcase the place that I call home.
My 2021 calendar is now in production. Look for it in Sept. They have been mailed to places as far away as Thailand and Indonesia. The 2020 calendar sold out 2 printings (400 calendars).
December 2020: my Laughing Owl (Snowy) was selected by the National Wildlife Federation to be part of their Christmas Card collection. It will be offered again in their catalog for 2021.
December, 2016. Published in the Academy of Natural Science's Journal of Raptor Research as part of a research paper documenting new scientific data on osprey I discovered in the summer of 2015 while photographing an osprey (Lizzie) with a GPS tracker.
Dec. 25, 2012: YANKEE MAGAZINE WINTER PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST... My winning picture of a female cardinal in a snowstorm is published on page 6 of that issue.
I was humbled by a request from the Authors of the book, "From Interrogation to Liberation". The Book chronicles the stories of the POW's from Stalag Luft III (The Great Escape). They asked for my picture of the Bombardier's Station, taken on a flight with WW II Bombardier, Maj. Joe Gosselin. It leads off the book on the dedication page. In 52 years of photography it is my greatest honor.