I imagine new ways of seeing and capturing the world around me. Recently I began making limited-edition prints of my favourite pictures.

On a personal note, I am the father of three girls, husband of one wife, and owner of a Great Dane named Andersen. Calgary, Alberta, Canada is our home.

Impressionistic art—both mine and others’—is something I love because, as someone once said, “Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world.” This idea appears in my photography and restoration of European paintings.

my approach

After taking a picture, I apply a measure of art and science to create something new. I strive to reveal formerly unresolved detail…
  • a bumblebee’s fur
  • tiny striations in sedimentary rock
  • the reflection of trees on a distant lake
  • the serendipity of trees planted in the gardens surrounding the Eiffel Tower
  • the delicate dance of plasma storms on the surface of the sun
The results are photos with an ethereal, painterly quality reminiscent of Van Gogh or Salvador Dali—had they wielded a camera and computer instead of an easel and brush.

Check out my photos in the Gallery. Limited-edition prints of my favourite photographs, which I make myself, are now available here and elsewhere.