I have been photographing for more than 50 years first working as supervisor for yearbook and college newspaper. Later I headed the photography department for the News Service at UTAustin. In 1979, I became a Dobie-Paisano Fellow and began to follow a career in freelance and doing my own personal work. My wife's career pulled us out of Texas for the east coast finally winding up in central Massachusetts. Now in my 79th year, I teach both digital and wet darkroom at a small liberal arts university in Worcester, MA.
I shoot these cameras and formats:
I have given up on film. I now have only digital cameras -- the Canon 6D, and a Pentax 645D medium format digital.