I was born in 1952 in Los Angeles, California and took to photography at an early age. At the age of fourteen I worked in a carwash one summer to purchase my first 35mm camera and built my first darkroom a year later. I never looked back. I earned a BFA degree in Photography from the San Francisco Art Institute and at the same time graduated from a camera repair school and became a certified camera repairman. I worked in many and varied photography jobs such as medical photography at the County General Hospital and the USC Medical Center, journalistic photography for several Small California newspapers, theatrical photography, and Portrait photography. I moved to Washington State in 1980 and added certification in micro computer management from the Seattle Central Community College to the list. Between all this academia I picked up a career in screen printing and graphic arts. I also became adept at fabric marbling which I continue today teaching this media in classes for Pictures that Matter.
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