I am 65 years old and for 55 of those years I have thought of myself as a photographer. I am a classically trained photographer, BFA, and studied with two zone system masters, Minor White and Ansel Adams. Aesthetically, my inspiration was from the greats such as Bruce Davidson and PeteTurner. After a 15 year career as a location photographer for advertising, annual reports and hotel and travel, I opened a gallery in Philadelphia specializing in my other passion, 20th century French decorative arts, and photography.
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