"It's not what you capture that matters, it's how you interpret it that matters
and will elevate it from a snapshot to a work of art."
~ Alfred Stieglitz
I was raised in the Finger Lakes Region from upstate New York. Following military service in the 60’s I attended the University of Rhode Island College of Pharmacy. My career was in hospital pharmacy administration and education on faculty at Brown University School of Medicine and the University of Rhode Island College of Pharmacy. During my career years there was always a 35mm Minolta SLR of several vintages for shooting family outings and travel excursions.
Upon retiring to Florida family, golf, and travel became my main attraction. After ten years of playing golf three to four times a week I had a need to be challenged again. While traveling Hawaii I used Minolta’s Maxxum 800si film camera. Later traveling through Sicily and Southern Italy my minolta disappeared leaving me with a digital Olympus point and shoot... Read More