In 1967 I began my fascination with capturing Images that impacted my life. Growing up in a dysfunctional family, I found myself isolated as an individual without any meaningful connection to family or other people around me.

I looked inward and began what became a lifelong journey of self-discovery through art.

Taking pictures was and is a means for me to hold visual moments in time so I might absorb and experience them a little longer.

In 1970, while serving in Vietnam and once again feeling isolated, I found that photography and music was the only way to overcome the loneliness that seemed to engulf me.

Together, photography and music now provide me a distinct voice for self-reflection, social commentary, and cultural engagement.