Welcome to my new website.  Please excuse the mess while it's under construction.  It is going to take me some time, but I will be posting my work here with the intention of sharing my passion for photography and the beauty of our world with my friends and clients.  All photos will be available for sale unless otherwise posted.  I will have photos available on paper, canvas, metal and acrylic.  

This is Mission San Francisco de la Espada in San Antonio. It is the oldest mission in Texas. It was established by Spain in 1690 and relocated to its present location in 1731. This is just behind my grandparent's dairy on the Southside of San Antonio where my mom and all of her siblings grew up. Mom used to play with the kids that lived there. There is an old aqueduct that feeds water to the mission from the San Antonio River that is where mom learned to swim. This photograph was taken with a Nikon D3400 that has been converted to an 830nm Infrared camera..


Left, Ruin at Hovenweap National Monument in Southeastern Utah and Southwestern Colorado.

Infrared monochrome shot of Locomotive 492 sitting as a static display in the yards in Chama NM. Originally built as a standard gauge class 190/C-41 in 1908. Rebuilt to 3' narrow gauge class K-37 in 1928. It was sold to the Cumbres and Toltec in 1970. Shot with a converted Nikon D3400. Conversion by Life Pixel to 830nm. This photo was taken in October while at a workshop by Arizona PhotoScapes led by Kerrick James.