North Carolina has been my home and subject since I moved from New Jersey to Raleigh in 1989. I have now photographed in 365 cities, towns and small rural communities across the state. I continue to work in the tradition of straight photography, a tradition that embraces process and the unity of vision and craft. I am a black-and-white-film photographer. I use manual cameras and standard lenses. And I process film and make gelatin silver prints in my darkroom.
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