"What it is that makes a photograph truly work is in the end a mystery." John Szarkowski, former director of photography, Museum of Modern Art., N.Y.
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Freelance writing and photography for The Washington Post Travel section. Reporter and writer for various publications including Communications of the ACM, Computerworld, Washington Business Journal and USA Today.
Fine-art photographs have appeared in numerous group and solo shows, have been selected by juries for various special exhibitions in the Washington, D.C. area, and have been featured in a number of magazines and newspapers.
Education: Duke University, BA Mathematics, 1968
Harvard University, MBA, 1974
Personal: Married, with two daughters and a dog.
Photographer's statement: I try to avoid bringing any preconceived style or "vision" to my photographs, believing that each image is best approached on its own terms, speaking its strengths in its own voice. Nevertheless, the Zen qualities of simplicity, mystery, and transience hold special allure for me. I am an enthusiastic user of digital technology, but I prefer to limit its application. In general, I will not go beyond the kinds of adjustments that film photographers have made in their darkrooms for many decades. These words inspire me: The contemplation of things as they are, without error or confusion, without substitution or imposture, is in itself a nobler thing than a whole harvest of invention. – Dorothea Lange