Before moving to the Northwest, John photographed widely in Asia, Europe and Mexico, as well as in his long-term home state of New Mexico. He works in all camera formats, but favors infrared and high-speed B&W films for interpretive images. His current photographic work is nearly all black and white, printed in his own darkroom.

New work since arriving on Whidbey Island has covered a wide range of interests, sparked by the new environment. The "Landscape" galleries reflect his impressions, particularly in the "Waterfall" folder. Other new interests are in the "Nautical", "Eastern Plains" and "Ghost Towns" galleries.

The motorcycle, car and truck sections of this web-site are for his "Industrial Glamour" project. Those galleries reflect his admiration for people who build things that are both functional and graceful. Shooting for this project was in Washington, Idaho, Canada, Japan and (especially) Germany.

Featured older work includes mystic places in Japan, China, Mexico, and England.

John displays at Artworks Gallery in Greenbank Farm and Penn Cove Gallery in Coupeville on Whidbey Island.

In addition, John provides high quality digital photography for artists who need to document their work.

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