"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, clinical medicine, and education. I was on the faculties of Brown University School of Medicine and the University of Rhode Island College of Pharmacy. During my career years there was a trusty 35mm Minolta SR 102 for shooting family outings and travel excursions.
After retirement I upgraded to Minolta’s Maxxum 800si film camera. Later traveling through Sicily and Southern Italy my Minolta disappeared. Needing a camera I purchased my first digital camera, an Olympus E 300. At this time photography was just a tool testing my creative... Read More