Yep, that's me, 46 years after I took my first picture and developed it myself in a home made darkroom. For a while, I went everywhere with that camera, a Yashica D reflex model. Actually it was my uncle's and it made him very nervous when I use to take it skiing; yes, downhill in the winter cold.
Later, music compelled me and I came to Toronto to 'make it' but never did quite. As part of a wonderful showband called "Shazam" in the 70's and 80's, I travelled North America with my girlfriend playing great and sometimes not-so-great venues. Most noteable were the MGM Grand and Royal York Hotel in Toronto. I still shot but not nearly to the degree or intensity of my early years.
So 11 years ago, I decided to start taking photographs again. I started back in with a simple Minolta digital camera, then moved to Nikon; I own 3 of them now. How time flies
Look around the site. I hope you enjoy the photos as much as I do taking them. And feel free to contact me any time.
Oh, and that girlfriend from the 70's, she's been my wife for 35 years.
Pricing is based on the type of work expected as well as required to deliver a complete memorable experience. Some sessions start at $150/per hour plus processing fees, some are bulk stock photo rates. Events can run between $500 and $4,000. Sports games range from $250-$2,000. Please review my galleries for a better idea of the type of work I can do for you. We'll talk
Architecture & Real Estate, Events, Sports, Stock, Stage & Performance
Black & White, Candid, Illustrative, Natural Light, Photojournalistic