I was introduced to photography by my Dad in the 50’s when he brought me a Kodak Baby Brownie. My Dad specialized in portraiture and weddings, meticulously hand colouring the black and white images.
Since that day photography has been a major part of my life . In my teens I used Dad’s Voigtlander cameras and in my 20’s I purchased the first of my Minolta outfits. When the digital age arrived I started my Nikon collection. Today I have a Nikon D750 with a collection of prime, zoom , and macro lenses, Flashes and many accessories.
Throughout my working life, I have enjoyed sharing my photographic knowledge as a lecturer at Tertiary colleges, High schools, and Community colleges.
I retired in 2004, and in 2009 started My One-on-One Photography Courses and Photography Field Workshops .
Since 2009 I have been actively involved with the Shoalhaven Photographic Club and a Photography Judge for the Fedration of Camera Clubs NSW.