About  Me

My interest in photography started in the 1970s as a child with a Kodak Instamatic, but drawing was really my thing. Then in 1990, while a  journalism student at the University of North Carolina, I put away my pencils for a computer and camera, and finished a sequence in visual communication—an education that included advanced black-and-white film and color slide photography; writing, graphic design, storyboarding, advertising and two semesters of art history.
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While working in creative marketing for Whole Foods Market in the late 1990s, I became an early adopter of digital imaging, and eventually put away the film camera altogether in the early 2000s. I continued my education, taking courses  in advanced video, video editing and lighting at Duke; multimedia production at UNC; and food styling for photography at the Culinary Institute of America.  After a few years photographing Pittsburgh and traveling, I'm now back in North Carolina working full time as a product photographer in Raleigh.
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