I began carrying a camera in the 7th grade, and while the world has gone digital an old film camera is rarely out of reach. My mother was a painter, my father an engineer, and the the art versus science battle rages deep within.
I live and work along California’s Central Coast—Steinbeck country—rich in agricultural and political history. I have served as a firefighter and as an Air Force medic, and worked as a production line engineer. My buddies and I rode Harley’s from Canada to Mexico, hiked across the Grand Canyon and watched the summer solstice dip behind Mt. McKinley. In 1990, after a decade at IBM, I spent an entire summer fly fishing through the Rocky Mountains. When I returned home, I founded the real estate appraisal and photography business I run today.
My photography work includes real estate, product and lifestyle. I enjoy working with small business owners to show the power and value of photography in web and social media. My work is used by a wide range of service and manufacturing companies, and I am a certified photographer for Google.
My real estate appraisal work includes legal, estate, tax, condemnation and right of way for residential, commercial, industrial and land properties. My work is used by public agencies, attorneys, developers, property owners and lenders. To find out more about real estate appraisal, please visit:
As past president of our local Rotary Int’l. chapter and Chamber of Commerce, I spend much of my time volunteering in our community. My colleagues and I provide free family photography and real estate consulting work to the under-served members of our communities through outreach centers such as CASA, Chamberlains, Emmaus House and the YMCA. Please contact me if I can be of service to you or your organization.
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