Interview on Dakota Midday (SDPB)

This was an interview with Karl Gehrke on the April 10th, 2012 Dakota Midday show. Dakota Midday is produced by South Dakota Public Broadcasting. The topic of the interview was how photography in general, as well as my own work, has changed in recent years. Karl also asked me about an exhibition of my recent work, that was on display at the time, at the South Dakota Art Museum in Brookings, South Dakota.

Listen to my segment of the show here:

Audio MP3

Visit the SDPB website for the full broadcast.

Welcome to my Website



Welcome to my website.

For those of you new to my site, allow me to give the thirty-second rundown. I’ve been involved in photography for a long time. In fact, I’ve reached a point in time where I just don’t remember life without photography. I may be exaggerating slightly.

I am, and have always been, interested in the beauty, irony, humor, light and color of the natural world. I use photography as an excuse and a vehicle for exploring the world I live in. I have also had the incredible good fortune to be a photography teacher for over 20 years.

As I tell my students, with the possible exception of being a professional ice cream tester in Italy, I have the absolute best job in the world. I also had the great fortune to attend the San Francisco Art Institute in the late 80’s where I was exposed to more opportunities than I could have ever imagined. And my imagination Read More…