Oregon Landscape Photos!

Oregon Landscape Photos!

I’m thrilled to announce That I have released two new Oregon landscape photos!  My collection of fine art landscape photographs is continually growing as I attempt to capture new images of Oregon’s diverse and beautiful landscapes. The first of my new...
Mirror Pond, Crow’s Feet Commons and My Urban Bliss.

Mirror Pond, Crow’s Feet Commons and My Urban Bliss.

I discovered the view of Mirror Pond long before My wife, Dr. Debbie Putnam and I ever moved to Bend, Oregon.  I remember the moment well.  It was 20 years ago and I was surfing the internet, which at the time was a collection of long strings and dixie cups!  I was...
New “Smith Rock Morning” fine art photograph!

New “Smith Rock Morning” fine art photograph!

I am proud to announce the release of “Smith Rock Morning”, my newest fine art photograph which I will unveil at the upcoming First Friday(11/6/2015) Art Walk at Crows Feet Commons( 875 NW Brooks Street, Bend, Or).  I’ll be at Crow’s Feet from...
Oregon’s Beautiful Mt. Jefferson!

Oregon’s Beautiful Mt. Jefferson!

Oregon’s Mt. Jefferson is quite possibly my favorite mountain in the world.  Mt. Jefferson is stunning, rugged and remote.  It holds lots of snow in summer which tends to make it more photogenic than some other Oregon volcanoes.  Also, it is loaded with...
New Prints for First Friday Photography show, 9/5/2014!

New Prints for First Friday Photography show, 9/5/2014!

I am very excited to announce that I will be releasing two new fine art landscape photographs this Friday, 9/5/14 at the Patagonia of Bend.  I don’t often release new landscape prints and releasing two at the same first Friday is very unusual for me.  In...
New Lower Deschutes River Fine Art Photographs!

New Lower Deschutes River Fine Art Photographs!

Oregon’s Lower Deschutes River has long been considered one of the best Steelhead and trout fisheries in the US and I’ve been working on this beautiful new print of the Lower Deschutes River for two years before I got the result I was after which you see...