I studied film and photography at Ryerson Polytechnical Institute (now University) in Toronto, Ontario during 1981-82. At the time Ryerson offered the most prestigious photography program in Canada and students came from around the country to attend. Those were the years I was educated in the crafts of studio lighting, artistic vision, precise film exposure and fine art negative, slide, and print development. It was only in 2004 when I purchased my first digital camera that I began learning the software programs that I would employ to "post process" my images and which would replace the darkroom techniques I had honed at Ryerson. The "film years" section of my website contains galleries of travel, sports, musicians, published work, abstract, graphics and other miscellaneous images, some of which I have included for purely sentimental reasons. The digital section contains travel, sports, photojournalism, architecture, drone photography and videography, wildlife, landscape, and other extreme adventure and has my most recent, and I feel, my strongest work. As I continue my travels throughout the world I will be adding to the "digital years" galleries. I hope you enjoy what I have produced for my website so far.