In addition to shows, two art galleries carry my work. They are Keels Creek Winery and Art Gallery in Eureka Springs, and Arkansas Craft Gallery in Mountain View.

Photo Classes

October 20-21  2018  9 a.m.-4 p.m.

Registration information at the Arkansas Craft School

Christmas Showcase

Nov. 30, 10-8

Dec. 1, 9-6

Dec. 2, 10-4



Hall of Industry, Arkansas State Fairgrounds

Featured Print

For  me, one of the pure joys of photography is its chance nature. Nothing is quite as exciting as grabbing a camera and recording an image just before it vanishes. Granted, I have often failed to get there in time, watching the scene fade before I can get a shot. This serendipity makes the successes all the more rewarding, knowing that I was able to grab a fleeting moment, preserving it forever.

Each of these images represent a brief moment in which I was in the right place, at the right time with camera in hand. In the top two, the light lasted only a short time, while in the bottom photo, this raptor lit in a tree above a backroad I was traveling. He posed long enough for me to get two shots before vanishing in the woods.

For students: the most important consideration in the top two was to avoid overexposure, a common mistake when facing the sun. In the bottom photo, it was important that I use a fast shutter speed to freeze any motion that the hawk might make.