I used to make my living as a cinematographer for low-budget horror and kung-fu movies. These days, I shoot still photographs for fun. I use both digital and film cameras and enjoy using anachronistic printing techniques

A Scale Model of the Universe

This series of near abstract photographs of paper models inspired by the short story, On Exactitude in Science by Jorge Luis Borges. Each plate is made with a 4x5 pinhole camera. The prints will be made with the historical salt process. This series is a work in progress.

Group Portraits

Group Portraits is a series of intimate portraits of non-existent people, printed as cyanotypes on heavyweight watercolor paper. Each print is signed and numbered on the back.

A Lazy Eye

A series of black and white photographs of Los Angeles made with a Holga toy camera. Holgas are made of all plastic and known for their less than perfect, dream-like images. Each image is printed on monochromatic photographic paper.

American History/American Fiction

American History is a series of digital photographs of moments in US history using 1-inch plastic "army men" figures.

American Fiction is a spin-off series that depicts "unverified" events.