Lost in Time in Port Clyde, Maine

Sipping our blueberry-flavored cocktails after settling in at the wooden bar inside The Barn Café shortly after arriving in Port Clyde, Maine, we both smiled and toasted to what we already knew would be a fantastic trip. Taking a moment to look around, I realized that although it was August 2022 at the time, itContinue reading “Lost in Time in Port Clyde, Maine”

Publications and Recognition

While photography for me is not about receiving recognition, it does always feel good to have my work published, shared, and recognized. I’m very grateful that my photography and writing have been published in print, online, or on social media by a variety of companies and organizations, as well recognized in photo contests and artContinue reading “Publications and Recognition”

Paper Prints

Traditional paper prints are an excellent and affordable way to enjoy my photography in your home or office. Prints are made on high-quality Kodak Lustre paper, which showcases the colors and contrast of the image and has a slight, almost pearl-like texture that provides added depth. This paper also has the benefit of possessing minimalContinue reading “Paper Prints”

2022 International Landscape Photographer of the Year

Super excited to announce that one of my images, Light Tunnel, has been selected as one of the Top 101 images in the prestigious 2022 International Landscape Photographer of the Year contest! It’s truly an honor to see my work alongside the work of some of the greatest landscape photographers in the world 

Explore Like a Local – Autumn Adventures in Sugar Hill, New Hampshire

This article along with others written by me can be found at EMS Situated just outside the western boundary of White Mountain National Forest, Sugar Hill is the “newest” town in New Hampshire, having just been incorporated in 1962. While the town itself is new, the quintessential New England views and charm that Sugar HillContinue reading Explore Like a Local – Autumn Adventures in Sugar Hill, New Hampshire


2023 wall calendars are now available for purchase! This year’s calendar features wilderness images from the Adirondack Mountains, Canadian Rockies, Dominican Republic, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, New Hampshire’s White Mountains, Pennsylvania’s Ricketts Glen State Park, Washington’s North Cascades, and coastal Maine. Similar to the past two years, the image for each month and calendarContinue reading “2023 CALENDAR”