Photography is my living. Primarily shooting TV shows for network television from 1987 to present, in addition I shoot commercials and industrials. I shoot on 35mm motion picture film and lately also with 24p HD Cameras the Panasonic and Sony. Still photography has been a hobby since I was in High School.
I inherited my first still camera an Argus rangefinder from my aunt. I've taken formal and informal portraits as long as I can remember in a garage studio and on location. I take a still camera everywhere I go and am always searching for great moments in nature. I have a degree in Communications with emphasis in Still Photography from Brigham Young University.
Museums inspire me; I find many ideas in looking at artwork that I use in my own compositions and lighting. I love photography, it is how I make a living and it is a passion.
Some of my television credits as a Director of Photography are: TV movies, "The Last Brickmaker in America", "Anya’s Bell", "The Simple Life of Noah Dearborn" for CBS, A TNT movie, "Houdini", a couple mini series, "Bella Mafia" and "The Last Don" for CBS, a Wonderworks movie for PBS, "The Girl of the Limberlost". Television Series work has included, "Kate Brasher", "The Magnificent Seven" and "Northern Exposure" for CBS, "Space Above and Beyond" for FOX.