I moved to Cape Cod in 1978 (for 2 years) from the beautiful town of Amherst, MA and have pretty much lived on “The Cape” ever since.
I have been involved with photography for as long as I can remember… way, way, way before “digital”. If my memory serves me correctly, my first camera was a Kodak Duaflex IV. I have always been the one taking pictures and “coaxing” friends and family to sit through slide shows.
Back in the late 70’s while attending Cape Cod Community College I was involved with managing the photography & darkroom club (where I spent hours upon hours). I also served as the Photography Editor for the school’s literary magazine, “Sea Change”.
My lovely wife Jill and I spent the “winter season” of 92/93 in NH where Jill taught at her alma mater, Plymouth State College for a professor on sabbatical and I worked for Sharpshooter Photography at Waterville Valley, NH, shooting ski races and on the mountain photographs of Waterville Valley guest enjoying their day of skiing. Don’t tell Jill, but I think I might have gotten the better end of the deal!
So, at the urging of family & friends over the years (of whom I am most grateful for their support and nudging) here I am!!
Arts Foundation of Cape Cod, Sugarloaf Craft Festivals