“My initial artistic explorations while studying in York University's Fine Arts Program, were as a painter, then pencil drawings, and later clay, but I continued to return to photography. With the advent of new technology, I was drawn to the unlimited possibilities of combining the two disciplines of painting and photography. As a consequence of these two disciplines having been combined, I am now able to enjoy the immediacy of an unexpected magical turn of the head of a single horse as I stroll through a dew-covered meadow at sunrise, or the magic of a magnificent Autumn day. Then from this quiet intimacy, I will transfer these images to my computer where I delve into the meticulous detail of working with the photographs in the “digital darkroom”, where the hours spent on the computer serve only to further enhance an already stunning photograph.”
"I may never see the unleashed power, the soft gaze or the joyful cavorting I see now. I want to preserve it for next generation so that the emotion when I captured it lives on."
“My belief in the expression of contemporary equestrian images is seen in every piece of artwork.”