My interest in photography started in the 1990s when film photography was the standard. Starting with a (vintage) Olympus rangefinder film camera, I eventually moved to the digital format in the mid-2000s using a Canon 20D and have been using the digital format ever since. I am a member of the Photographers Guild in Goshen, Indiana, and I have also won several awards at the annual Juried Regional Exhibition at the Midwest Museum of American Art in Elkhart, Indiana where two of my photographs are in the permanent collection. My primary focus is on landscape photography, along with low light and night photography - although any subject that presents an interest is always welcome. Photography is a way for me to disconnect from the craziness of the world and relax, and I hope that the images you see here on this site help you see our world in a similar way.