Jack works to capture the light and color of motion of life of the planet and life on the planet. He is a digital street, sky and nature photographer, using Lightroom not a darkroom for occasional shading, working composition to grab a feeling, savor it, hold it, and infuse it with joy or blessing.
In Tom Piazza's book, "Why New Orleans Matters", Dr John (Mac Rebennack) tells him that "when a brass band plays in one of the small clubs in a neighborhood, it's as if the audience-dancing, singing to the refrains, laughing-is part of the band. They are two parts of the same thing."
"A great mentor of mine while in grad school taught me long ago to trust my instincts and work with what pleases me and share what I need to share. I hope you will enjoy what I am sharing and that you will share your thoughts with me (in person or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org).
I am too new to this expression of my world photographically as art to stay within one subject focus (pun intended), so forgive me for galavanting around shooting whatever feels right. Please feel free to view my work playfully and consider it as a series of smiles that you can bring home.