iPhoneography  and Fine Art photography based in North Truro, Massachusetts.

I work visually in both photography and mixed media. Creating images  is a multi-step process for me. Most of my images are captured on the iPhone using native camera or ProCamera, at times, with Moment Lenses and sometimes on the DxO One. For some images, I use a Leica C and an Olympus OM-D E-M1. It really depends on what type of effect I want to see.

For processing and developing on my iPhone, I  use a variety of apps including Snapseed, Enlight, Hipstamatic, JixiPix Software and Prisma. I manage my images in Adobe Lightroom and develop in On 1, Topaz Labs, DxO Film Pack and Google Nik. I print to a variety of different media printing directly and also using transfers. At times, I will add to a printed image using inks, pastels, acrylics or water-based oils.

I am a member of the Truro Group and the iPhone 9, a study group that meets to share ideas and information. My images have been shown at a number of juried and group shows at different locations on the Cape Cod.

I have won awards at the 2016 JCC International Mobile Device Photography Competition and Exhibit, the 2016 Cape Cod Art Association Children Being Children Competition, the Cape Cod Art Association Trees Competition in May of 2015, the 2014 Coast Guard Photography Exhibit and “Highland Light” at the 2013 Coast Guard Photography Exhibit. My film Snowmageddon won best in show at the 2015 Provincetown Film Festival and will be shown in New York City on October 15, 2016 at the Dog Film Festival. My work was featured in Cape Cod Magazine’s March 2015 article “The Camera in Your Pocket”.