As you journey through life, choose your destinations well, but do not hurry there. Wander the back roads and forgotten paths. Seek out new voices, strange sights, and ideas that are foreign to your own. Such things are riches for the soul.
— Anonymous

In 1997, while living overseas as a member of the U.S.Navy, I got my very first SLR camera. Bitten by the travel bug during that time, I began my 20+ year journey along a path of exploration, discovery and storytelling, and have stayed the course ever since. I am drawn to, and fascinated by, the beauty of our planet, the reality of my surroundings and the human condition. Travel photography has rewarded me over the years with a continuous eye-opening experience, and has left me with a deep connection with the natural world and a compassion for humanity far beyond anything I had ever expected to feel. I am grateful and feel privileged to be able to share these images with the world and I hope, through my imagery, to help increase awareness about the unique and inspiring people, places and conditions that exist beyond our individual borders.

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Gringo With A Green Bag

The World has a story to tell...luckily, this Gringo loves to narrate!


When we open our eyes to the world, we open our hearts to humanity.

Your worldview can only be shaped by the scope of your lens and the depth of your perspective.

The most meaningful travels are not just those that create memories to take home, but those which leave memories behind.