In the late 1990’s I inherited my first 35mm SLR camera and set out to learn to use it. Nearly twenty years later I’m still trying to figure it out but I’ve learned a few things along the way, I’ve met many challenges and successes too. Today, I still shoot mostly film and some digital too.

Below is a selection of some of my hand picked favorites. You can view my entire portfolio on Flickr.

1959 Plymouth Belvedere
1959 Plymouth Sedan

DeLorean DMC 12

Self Portrait using timer. This photo was selected for the cover of an Italian printing of Elie Wiesel’s novel: Le due facce dell’innocente

Mercury Sedan on Anchorage Street in December. I used a BeLOMO Zenit-E with Helios Lens.

Chugach Trailer Park Pickup
Hot Rod Pickup at Mobile Home in midtown Anchorage. Sony DSLR with vintage Minolta 50mm lens.

Interior of Lincoln Continental. Minolta X-570 35mm Camera.

Lake Havasu
View of Mountains from shore of Lake Havasu City, Arizona. Nikon L35AF

Russian Jack Springs - Chester Creek
View of headwaters of Chester Creek at Russian Jack Springs Park. Ricoh TLS-401 35mm with Industar 50mm Lens.