My career in photography has spanned a generation in the art. After making my name as a full time film shooter, turning pro the same year I jumped to digital, and going on to help pioneer digital advances, style, and influence the ways that landscape photography has evolved, I have seen and done a lot in photography. Always one to look forward in life, I rarely go back and 'update' or 'reprocess' my images digitally. Much could seemingly be gained by going back now to rework old images with current advances, but I have chosen not to. Instead, I am going to display my career's work here in its original form, unaltered except to update the files to the current gamut and range of our screens. I am going to list next to the title in each image the original date that the file was processed so that you can have this perspective on how things have evolved, both for me and also I think for all of us as photographic artists in the last couple decades. So have a look, from 2002 to present day, at this a collection which has always been cutting-edge for its time.
1999-2005 – film
2005-2009 – digital with single exposures and filters
2009-2012 – early advanced digital
2012-2017 – advanced digital