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Guilford, CT is where I call home now. While my wife and I were in the Peace Corps in 1970, we traveled to the Canary Islands (a duty-free port) to buy my first SLR camera. Since 1999, I have become more zealous about photography. In 2006, I migrated from film cameras to digital. Throughout most of my adult life, I have had a camera to record items of interest (plants, landscape and seascapes, lighthouses, historic sites and traditional and green architecture, family members, friends, as well as professional meetings and gatherings). In more recent years, I have even gone back to sites to capture items and views over-and-over in differing light, weather, and even physical conditions (e.g. the winter solstice at Grass Island in Guilford), or Yale University’s Platinum LEED certified and highly acclaimed Kroon Hall where I documented site prep and construction from June 2006 until occupancy in 2009.
Wherever I am, whether walking around or standing still, I often see perspectives and lighting conditions that I want to shoot. Sometimes I don’t have a camera and am forced to remember the image (like a spectacular double rainbow that appeared along Interstate 91 in VT while I was driving our car with a tight deadline to arrive somewhere on time); but other times I have my camera and I try my best to bring home some good shots! What’s really exciting to me is to see something that I had not expected, and then try to capture some images that I can clean up later to share with other. Chance, lucky timing, serendipity and the Holy Spirit are extremely important inspirational elements that I always try to respond to.