Two of the hardest things to do is narrow what I photograph.. and to describe myself. But let's see how it goes..
Photography might be in my blood. My grandfather was a semi-pro shooter while he held down a day job for Kodak. I started photography before the digital age and learned to develop film in high school. These days, I mostly shoot Canon digital and, instead of thinking about chemicals in a dark room, I can think about pushing my camera gear further and developing the skills and techniques to take great photos.
I've spent years photographing things with wheels and wings. I've had work published several times in regional and national motorcycle magazines. In the past two years, I've started doing portraits. Sure, I've taken pictures of people before but I've gotten serious about it and I've found that I love taking pictures of people. I've even helped out on a few weddings. (Something I said I'd never do.) I've also done sports and have been focusing a lot on concert and dance... performance photography. I love the technical and composition challenges.
My view of photography can be summed up in this..
"Good enough is never the endgame."
Take a stroll through my portfolio to see what I'm doing.
Let's get personal. I have a wife I've been blissfully married to for almost 30 years and 3 wonderful, grown kids. We recently had two new additions to the family that look a lot like Shih Tzu puppies. And I love motorcycles. Any of them. Oh.. and cameras. I love them too. And pizza. I love pizza.