I've been taking pictures since I was a little kid, as you can see from the photo below (Queen Elizabeth
in New York harbor—I was eleven). Many years and many cameras later, I'm still taking pictures, and I'm glad to be able to share them with you. It's hard to believe that some of my negatives and slides are fifty years old, give or take.
As a teenager I started getting more serious about photography, and that's when I began to photograph two subjects that remain favorites to this day: motor sports and musicians. The earliest images on this site are from race days at Lime Rock Park in northwestern Connecticut, near where I grew up. I also started photographing jazz musicians in concert, in New York and elsewhere; you'll see images from the Newport Jazz Festivals of 1966 and 1967, where I had a press pass that allowed me to shoot from directly below the stage.