White Sands National Park, the world's largest pure gypsum deposit.
Our Galleries are constantly updated reflecting assignments, works in progress, experimentation, and past projects. If you have comments or inquiries regarding any images please e-mail us by going to our contact page. Links on our home page will take you to past and up coming exhibits; request for exhibits may be made by e-mail. Our works are also available in exhibit quality frames with signed mats.
Current galleries include the Carnaval of Barranquilla, Underwater, and Galapagos.
The Carnaval of Barranquilla has been a project of mine since of 1975 and is the subject of an up coming book of the people, traditions, and music of Barranquilla and Caribbean. In 2003 UNESCO designated The Carnaval of Barranquilla a “Masterpiece of the oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity” UNESCO has set about to safeguard the intangible cultural heritage of area across the world. This designation will help preserve the intangible heritage which was becoming more and more commercial with the success of the carnaval. With the importance of Barranquilla as a commercial center for this area of the world, cultural traditions from Africa, the Caribbean, and South America can be seen in the faces, dance, music, and stories of the Carnaval, this is the sole of the Carnaval de Barranquilla.
Diving has been one of Miriam’s and my passions since the early 70’s; Miriam is the first woman to complete the underwater technology course at Brooks Institute of Photographic Arts and Science. When photographing in pristine undersea environments such as Cayman Brac and Little Cayman, it is easy to forget the environmental peril our earth is in. If our images of this diverse marine life only show what might be lost if caution is not used in the care of our planet, they have served us all.
The Galapagos Islands are a destination for those who wish to see rear and unique animals, the land of Darwin is a highly controlled archipelago, the control is for both environmental and economic reasons. Animals are unimpressed with humans as you walk in and around them; photographic opportunities abound even for those new to the imaging arts.