Over 30 years experimentation with, primarily, nature and abstract photography. From 1983 to 1989 photography was subordinated
to experimentation with computer graphics, particularly fractal geometry (the mathematical modeling of natural forms). In
1989 the two interests merged. In 1991, the combined art was the cover story for CONNECT the Journal of Computing at the
University of Cincinnati. In 1994, a piece was accepted for an international juried show the 2nd annual Digital Salon in
New York City.
Received second place in the 1999 Cincinnati Taft Museum of Art's "30 Men and a Tabletop" tabletop setting competition.
In 2005, the Cincinnati Contemporary Arts Center had a one-time slide contest, "Art of Exposure" in which I received
first place for the people category, and runners up for the places and things categories.
I have exhibited in the Cincinnati area at the KZF Gallery, Carnegie Arts Center, Cincinnati Arts Consortium, Cincinnati
Nature Center, UC Health Sciences Library, UC Law Library, Field Studio Gallery, Cincinnati Commerce Center, Mason Fine Art
Gallery, Webster's Internet Cafe, Base Art Gallery, Mainstrasse Gallery, Norton Photography, Mockbee/P.O.V. Gallery, and the
downtown UC DAAP gallery. In Dayton, Ohio they have been shown at the Dayton Visual Arts Center, Rosewood Gallery, Digital
Gallery, Miami Valley Co op Gallery, Public Library and the Convention Center. They were also exhibited at Twilight Studios
in Hoboken, New Jersey and the Bismarck Gallery in San Antonio, Texas.
In addition to private collections, works are in the corporate collections of Cincinnati Bell Information Systems, Cincinnati
Bell Telephone, Realteam, and the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine.