Thanks for taking a look! Though I’ve I spent most of my life in front of the camera, (acting in both film and television) I have an unrivaled passion for being behind the camera as a photographic artist.

My specialty is ACTOR HEAD SHOTS as well as CORPORATE HEAD SHOTS for REALTORS, ATTORNEY’S, and BUSINESS OWNERS. Many of my clients use these photos on their business cards and web sites. They realize that a good head shot is your calling card in most any profession.

Besides HEAD SHOTS, I also have a fervor for photographing PLANTS & FLOWERS, SCENIC LANDSCAPE, REAL ESTATE RENDERINGS for the MLS as well as TROPICAL settings.  Being an avid golfer, I have a particular fondness for my GOLF COURSE renderings.


All my latest work is mounted on MUSEUM WRAP CANVAS.

1. YOU DON’T NEED GLASS OR A FRAME. You can hang one of my canvas renderings (using a nail or hanger) and you are done. The image is a finished piece and doesn’t need the added expense of glass or a frame. The smaller sizes can also stand on their own – be it a desk or bookshelf.

2. THE LOOK OF AN OIL PAINTING. When you stand a few feet away my canvas renderings look like an oil painting.

3. WIDE STRETCH BARS. I print each image on wide stretch bar canvas. The stretch bars are the areas around the sides, top & bottom. The rendering wraps around the edges, which is commonly referred to as a “museum wrap.” I use 1½-inch wide stretch bars on all my photographic pieces of art. This gives it both size and a three dimensional effect.

"Please note - the museum wrap is not recommended for 11 x 14's or smaller. I create a solid border for those sizes."

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