Capturing Forever Images -- Fine Art, Wedding, and Portrait Photography

Sometimes, for a moment, when subject, lighting, technique, and inspiration come together, something extraordinary happens. These images shown here are a few of those moments.

If you came across a group of photographers taking pictures of a scene filled with mountains--I would most likely be the one facing the other way, taking pictures of puddles. I often find it is not the scene that commands the most attention that is the most beautiful. A lot can be said of the little things that often go unnoticed.

I am a former middle school instrumental music teacher and current NYSSMA piano judge. My wife and I live in Endicott, New York with our little cavalier (the red furry-faced portrait shown here). We spend considerable time in the Catskill Mountains, the Finger Lakes Region, and the Adirondack Mountains hiking, kayaking and enjoying the outdoors.

I am partial to nature photography and spending a lot of time in the Adirondack area has given me inspiration and awarded me so many spectacular images. I like to call my fine art/landscape photography my peopless photography. My bride and I have been doing wedding photography, peopled photography, for quite a few years now, and we love it. Lately, I am doing more peopled photography than peopless.

I use Canon equipment. The journey from film to digital has been arduous, but I have enjoyed the adventure.