My interest in photography first began in 1983 when I received my first SLR camera. Over the years, I have enjoyed photography both as a medium for creative self-expression and as a contemplative/meditative experience. From a point of stillness, I strive to be open to experiencing the full impact of what I am viewing through the lens in that moment, without judgment or bias.
As a practicing psychologist (in Vancouver, BC), I bring my interest in psychology to the photographic experience. I believe that photography can be a powerful means for exploring the self, broadening perspective, enhancing the appreciation of both the internal and external worlds, and inspiring greater creative expression. As a member of Exposure Gallery, I have been involved in showing my work in a number of group exhibits.