I admit it…I may be overeducated. The fact that I started out as a math & science major at UCLA probably explains both my strange love of numbers and my enjoyment in the technical aspects of photography. By graduate school at the University of Iowa I was living in the area between photography & printmaking. I was also learning to write code to make numbers jump around & turn into visual art.
In the past 34 years many of you know me through my advertising photography studio in Oshkosh, serving such clients as: Oshkosh B’Gosh, Oshkosh Truck, Morgan Door, Kimberly-Clark (and most other Wisconsin paper companies), Johnsonville Food Products, Miller Brewing, Harley Davidson, MacDonald’s, Anchor Foods, Nestle’s Food Products, Klement’s Sausage and many other national and international companies.
Others know me as an instructor of all levels of photography in the Art Department at UW-O, where I retired in 2015.