I have worked as a historical photographer for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for over seventeen years. During that time I have responded to more than 30 disasters, including 9-11 World Trade Centers, Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans, and the Colorado floods of 2013.
I have also worked internationally, using my lens to capture momentsof community building and artistic expression throughout the world, including Asia, Egypt, and Europe. My work has been shown in galleries, festivals and museums through out the United States. My photos have been published all over the world and are part of the Smithsonian’s Photographic History Collection Archives.
Archival pigment prints provide high quality images with beautiful color that lasts. I print my photographs full frame on Exhibition Fiber paper. All prints are signed on the front, with image information on the back.
Prints are available in various sizes. Once I knew what images you are interested in, we can discuss which sizes would work for that image.
Collector Edition Archival Prints
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