I’m a “visual” person, attentive to what is around me. I often find my attention being drawn in different directions. I discovered photography in high school. But my passion guided me to a career helping others and I became a Pediatrician. I practiced Pediatrics for over 35 years, caring for infants and children. I maintained my interest in photography while working, but it wasn’t until after retiring, that I began to devote my time to photography, studying, practicing and experimenting.
I love capturing what I see, interpreting it and sharing it with others. I started with film photography at an early age, and had my own darkroom. After retiring, I returned to photography as an art form which was perfect timing for me. With the advent of digital photography I was able to expand my creativity and explore new areas of expressing my vision. I believe that defining a photograph as “fine art” is mostly subjective and it may be different for all of us. To that end, the question I always ask myself while working with an image is “Do I love the image I’ve created?” Do I say, “Yes, that’s it!?” If the answers are “Yes”, it becomes part of my fine art, part of my portfolio. And, I love sharing my art with others.
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