Photographs ask us to visualize and imagine beyond what we see.
My images seek a utopian nature, human solitude, unrecorded landscapes, and sacred places.
My life is indebted to la Toscana where I was born and raised, my alma mater.
I'm beholden to the purity of Piero della Francesca and Renaissance sensibilities for spatial composition, intrinsic proportions, relations, and histories.
This realm has translated into a personal way of thinking visually and envisioning the implicit possibilities of an image.
My desire is to give images to the imageless – decaying trees in winter, organisms hidden in the deep sea, the silence within places I live.