As long as I can remember I have been taking photos. Many of them are the typical family photos, first of my brothers and parents, and now of my own family. Along the way, though, I have been lucky enough to see some great places in the world, to meet some interesting people and to occasionally get something passable on film.
This section of the web site is a small look at some of the thousands of slides and negatives filling a large closet in my office. It will be updated on an irregular basis as time permits, with no set schedule, pattern or subjects. New subjects are added to the bottom of the list.
I've owned several different cameras over the years, but most of the film photos were taken with a Canon AE-1. The slides or negatives have been scanned on a Nikon Coolscan IV or V and color corrected to turn back the ravages of time. The digital photos were taken with a Nikon 900/995/5700, D70 or D90.
When I first put these pages online it was in the days of limited bandwidth and lower resolution monitors, so the pictures were sized accordingly. I'm going back and updating them as I rescan the pictures at a higher resolution, so some pages may look different from the others.
Thanks for stopping by, and I hope you enjoy the photos. If you have any questions or comments about them please let me know.
Last updated: November 2019
The subjects so far:
- Ellis Island - August 1983
- Letchworth State Park, New York - August 1969
- Portmeirion ("The Village") - 1984 and 2000
- Pinewood Studios - August 1985
- Disneyland Without People - 1976 and 1979
- Omaha Beach - Normandy, France - June 1984 Updated with newer scans
- Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea
- The SS United States - April 2010
- Why you should NEVER throw out your old pictures - May 2010
- First landing of the Space Shuttle Columbia - April 14, 1981
- Thorpe Abbotts - October 1985
- "The Scarecrow of Romney Marsh" - St. Clement's Church - June 1990
You can also use the drop-down menu at the top of each page.