I’ve had a lifelong fascination with, and love of photography. My grandparents were amateur photographers in the 1920’s. My father took the family interest to the next level in the 1950’s as one of Omaha’s first broadcast photo journalists.
I was destined to be a photographer. It’s in my DNA. I had a basement darkroom where my interest in photography grew. After taking photography classes at the old Omaha Tech High School, I started my first full-time job as a BMX race photographer in 1981.
In 1990 I branched out with my own company to offer photography and video production which led to over 32 years in the video production business!
My bicycle motocross (BMX) photography spans six decades and has been used by book publishers, magazines, newspapers and web sites.
During the past 40 plus years working as a commercial photographer and videographer, my travels have taken me to many fascinating places. I often make time to capture photographic images of the interesting destinations and incredible views I see. In recent years my wife and I have embraced our love of traveling the country by bicycle, riding highways, rails to trails pathways and mountain bike trails. We like to slow down, enjoy the scenery and capture images of small town America and our surroundings.