As a graduate of the Cal Poly SLO Architecture program I had an early introduction to understanding how light interacts with our built environment. Working in the profession for many years I occasionally photographed projects for personal studies. It wasn't long before my camera pulled me out of the office to pursue my line of work full time.
Landscape and Seascape Photography started the transition and I now shoot Commercial Architecture and Real Estate Photography in San Luis Obispo and beyond.
My background in Architecture and Product Engineering led me to seek out the highest quality methods to print and frame my artwork. As a brief overview, I have focused an excessive amount of attention on finding the best print process for displaying my photos. Finding the right paper and framing was always unsatisfying until I discovered acrylic face mounted prints. The majority of my prints are processed as archival C-Prints (Chromogenic Prints) on Fuji Crystal Archive paper which is then face mounted to ¼” acrylic glass. This method of finishing is of museum and exhibition quality and provides color and depth beyond most traditional printing methods. To read more about the print process please visit my prints page.