Fiona helps to edit.

Recent Exhibits and published works include:

"Nocturns: The Nights of Advent and Epiphany".  One person show at the Cody Center at Laity Lodge Retreat Center, Leakey, Texas. This series also exhibited at St. Mark's Episcopal Church in San Antonio, TX December 2015--January 2016.  A book of this work is available through 

"Memory", Texas Photographic Society's International Competition for 2014.

"The Familiar", A. Smith Gallery, Johnson City, Texas.  Magic Competition.

"Epiphany: Lighten the Path #1", Darkroom Gallery, Essex Jct. VT.  Exhibition juried by Lance Keimig titled "Nocturns".

"Walk Into My Dreams"; Darkroom Gallery, Essex Jct. VT. Exhibition juried by Susan Bernstine titled "Dreams".

"Maggie with Ball", A. Smith Gallery, Johnson City, Texas.  Animalia competition.

"Nocturnes: Nights of Advent and Epiphany", (a slideshow of the Advent--Epiphany portfolio), was selected in The Episcopal Church in the Visual Arts' juried online exhibit "Telling God Stories in the 21st Century":




A native of San Antonio, Texas, my photography is infused with the spirit that comes from growing up in the estuary where two cultures intermingle.  My love is traditional Black and White photography, though I do digital, color and alternative processes as well.  Subjects range from landscapes to people, from still life objects and found objects to the human figure. In all that I do I hope to witness to the sacred spirit that abides in each and every thing.

I live in San Antonio, with my wife, Mary; our Border Collies Graford and Fiona; our cat Leftovers.  Mary and I are both retired Episcopal Priests, interested in organic gardening, slow food movement, travel, Latin American Folk Art and culture and the spirit of the Celtic peoples.  Mary is a writer, poet, retreat leader and spiritual director. Visit her site at  She has written numerous books on topics of Spirituality, Health and Healing, and the Body.

I welcome the opportunity to work with models who are just starting out, so if interested in my work feel free to contact me.


Mary and I were humbled to be two of the 2018 recipients of the Humanitarian Award from United Communities of San Antonio for contributions to eliminating racism, prejudice and bullying and for our work to promote inclusiveness and diversity in the community.

 Mary and me with our son, Jason.

Mary and me with our son, Jason.