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  • Colorado Stories
    42 galleries
    I began my life-long passion for documentary photography during my Peace Corps assignment in Malaysia, 1969-1970. Although I worked briefly for the University of Colorado daily newspaper, the Coloradan, before graduation in 1969, I was not fully aware of the importance of photojournalism. That changed dramatically between the years of 1971-1977. After a short-term employment with the Colorado Outward Bound School I took my initial newspaper job with the Canyon Courier in Evergreen. My first real break came in the fall of 1972 when I began working as a full-time photographer for the Sentinel Newspapers, a group of weekly publications in the Denver suburban communities. There was a staff of three photographers at the time and the visual needs for the eleven different publications kept us extremely busy. In the mid-1970’s there was, of course, no internet, digital photography, or social media. Newspapers were entering their golden era, post-Watergate, when it was possible to go to the farthest shores for stories. I began my career covering the lives of local Denver residents and occasionally projects in the American West. I rarely traveled more than 50 miles for a story. This was community journalism in my hometown.
  • Kentucky Stories
    51 galleries
  • Living The Cambodian Nightmare, 1979
  • Yosemite National Park
  • Central Oregon and the Cascades
  • California 1986-2007
    10 galleries
  • Ballet
    8 galleries
  • Oregon
    7 galleries
  • Sisters Folk Festival
    18 galleries
  • Deschutes Land Trust
    13 galleries