There has been an explosion of digital photography and photographers, both amateur and professional, over the past few years. For digital photographers the focus is the creative and artistic aspect of their work, and this is as it should be. The very nature of digital photography, however, allows for the creation of thousands of images that need to be managed. Digital asset management
(D.A.M.) is at the core of my business model. There is a real need for individualized services tailored to the specific needs of the amateur, semi-pro and pro photographers who want to focus on creativity rather than managing files.
Not wanting to be a one trick pony, I am also a competent photographer for hire. In the Projects section you can see some of my client work for yourself. So get in touch and we can talk more about your project.
I've always taken pride in not being a unidimensional person. So while I do what I do to earn a living there is more to me than just work. I have a passion for photography. Black and white street photography to be exact, with a little color thrown in to keep things lively. You can see some of my portfolio by going to the Projects link in the menu at the top of this page. I'll keep this updated as I make photographs that I think are good enough.
Finally, there is my ongoing photo documentary project known as "The Invisible Ones." I am doing this to create and raise awareness about the large and growing population of homeless and mentally ill persons who live on the streets in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. In my long ago previous career as a social worker I spent eighteen years getting to know these folks and the problems they face just surviving day-to-day. Very little has changed for the better and in many ways it is worse now than ever before. The title, "Invisible Ones" comes from the simple observation that as you watch the herd of morning commuters on any busy Washington, DC street, you will see them pass by these folks as if they were part of the landscape or not there at all … invisible. You can see the collection by visiting "The Invisible Ones." photo documentary project.