welcome to my portfolio gallery.
i started photography in 1981 and worked as a free-lanced photo-journalist for more than a decade.
i remember spending half of my life in the darkroom, developing films and printing images all through the night before walking back through the quiet city in early morning.
i moved on to being a community youth worker when digital photography started to get used more and more. i have recently done a degree in social and educational sciences and am presently working as a teacher and project manager for an educational project.
red bubble has brought me back to photography again. i love looking through the galleries of my fellow bubblers. i received so much encouragement and personal support here. a big thank you to all of you who have shared your time and passion with me and who gave me the courage to show my work and to continue photography after a long break.
i am in the process of systematically scanning and uploading my old work. so, if you like to feel nostalgic, please visit my gallery again.
none of my images or texts belong to the public domain. they may not be used or altered without my prior written permission.
my 13-year old daughter and her work at redbubble . what can i say, her recent work reminds me of mine. LOL :-))) / please give her some encouragement. / i will gradually upload her beginners work of two or three years ago which i think is brilliant for a kid’s as it has been created in a very playful way. so you might pop in from time to time to watch how the uploads progress. / all image…
i have made two new additions for the japan relief series. i will constantly upload better scans to extend this series. if you like a fine old school b/w image on your wall or wrapped as a gift to a friend, please check them out. if you ‘d like to purchase an original hand-made silver print of these works or any other in my ’japan’ collection, please b-mail me. all the proceeds …
until mid-april i must take a break from rb. i will post the occasional image and collect a few of your pieces of art into my favorites gallery. your comments will be mostly unanswered during this time. it does not mean they are not appreciated. i will be back with plenty of energy just before easter. / i have posted two images of which 100% of the proceeds of all sales will go into a relief fund…
another try at home page layout. did anyone say it was addictive? / / / extra