I started my career as a commercial photographer in London during the late '60s. I was fortunate enough to attract such clients as Chanel Perfume, Clairol, Coty and Goya Perfume to my studios in London and Amsterdam and in 1980, with Texas Instruments and Shell Oil being two of my major American accounts, I opened a studio in Houston, Texas. In 1985, with an offer from one of Hollywood's leading commercial production companies, Vern Gillum & Friends, I made my way to California to direct television commercials.

In the past 8 years I have been working primarily as a documentary and reportage photographer. I see myself as a story teller using single silent frames as my language. Sometimes these frames are joined together to tell an overall story, like the images from my essay 'Portrait Of A City Hospital', the story of public health care in America. The completed essay comprises sixty photographs and is now part of the permanent collection of the City of Denver and their Art in Public Places Program.