Thank you so much for stopping by.
The past 4 years has been an adventure in new and beautiful cultures.
I have had the fortunate opportunity to visit Myanmar, Thailand, Taiwan, Bali, Kenya, China,
Cambodia with Angkor Wat to explore, Luang Prabang in Loas with a brief stop in Hanoi, Vietnam this past December and January of 2008 and 2009
It has been an amazing adventure of glorious sunrises and spectacular sunsets

My Wife (Cody) and I have, this past August 2009, moved to a second home in Prague, Czech Republic
Upcoming images will be additions of this incredible City and surrounding Countries and cultures
I plan on spending half the year there and back to Denver when time permits.

Unfortunately, my strong suit is not updating my website and therefore
I continue on with new uploads when I can. So please bear with my procrastination
and check in often for new images.
I do very much appreciate the precious time you spend to visit my Galleries. Please feel free to contact me

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Please email if you have any questions.

I am currently printing on a variety of materials; most notably is canvas prints.
I have found this wonderful satin-silk material also which can be stretched like a canvas
or hung as a banner. Please email or call if you would like more information

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I am also proud and honored to announce my exclusive Colorado representation by the reknowned Denver Photography Gallery "Camera Obscura"
It is such a pleasure to be working with owner, Hal Gould and his associate, Loretta Young-Gautier.
Early in Hal's gallery career he staged a show selling prints by Ansel Adams and Edward Weston for $25 apiece. There were no takers.
"Camera Obscura" represents perhaps the finest collection of Fine Art Photography between the East and West coasts of the United States.
Hal brings a lifetime of experience with both commercial and fine art photography, and collecting.
If you get a chance please stop by the gallery at the corner of 13 and Bannock Streets, next to the Denver Art Museum.