Tim Horton’s coffee! End of that story.Tim Hortons Coffee



I’ve been shooting pictures since I got my first darkroom kit at about age 10.  It’s always been a part of my life.  Friends and photography.  I’ve been playing guitar off and on since I was about 10 as well.  That must have been a milestone year for me as I also started  playing saxophone about that same age and still have the original Martin Alto, in playable shape, that my dad bought for me when I made it through the first year of lessons. Anyway, I tend to keep things in my life that I like.  I’ve had the same set of friends since I was in grade school and we see each other on a regular basis. I still see the guys I has in the Air Force with almost 50 years ago a couple of times a year.  Friends are important.  It’s a life thing…history together.






Now, dogs are just a given.  I’ve always had one, or two, or three.  My current dogs are Dachshunds named Bernie and Coco, both are fairly poor example of the breed, but we love them.

Bernie Dachshund #1

Coco Dachshund #2








My photography career got side tracked after high school.  I decided to follow in my Dad’s footsteps and go into IT.  Believe it or not, it was a creative outlet for me, particularly in the early days when I was a coder.  For the most part, I enjoyed the work.  Now, I’ve retired from all that and get to focus on what I’ve always loved.  Over the past 6 years of being in business, I’ve increased my skills tremendously, became a certified photographer, and gained a ton of experience.  I often work 10-12 hour days and absolutely love it because I’m doing something that was a vision in my heart when I was just a lad!