I was born in Toronto, Ontario and currently live in Lincoln, Michigan with my wife, Chris. I have been fascinated by photography all my life. From the simple beginnings of the Kodak Brownie to today’s advanced digital cameras, I have always realized that there are basic rules to becoming a ‘great’ photographer. It’s the holy grail that we all strive for as photographers. I have been fortunate to have mentored with many of today’s great Midwestern photographers and been featured in several books (ConeyDetroit by Katherine Young/Joe Grimm-Spring 2012, Detroit-Through Our Eyes-Fall 2009 and Boneyards-Detroit Under Ground by Richard Bak-Summer 2010), magazines and newspapers. I have been featured in many of Detroit’s and northern Michigan’s art galleries including the Detroit Institute of Arts photography competition in 2008 called ‘Sacred Places’.
I have held photography workshops, classes at the Eleanor & Edsel Ford Estate (Grosse Pointe Shores), Birmingham, Royal Oak, Detroit, Harrisville, Alpena and Grosse Pointe.
I was an original member of EXPOSURE.DETROIT, the Midwest's largest photography club and founding member of The Detroit League of Photographers. I am currently the Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity Northeast Michigan.