John has long had an interest in the visual arts, particularly impressionist painters of the 19th century. Like most people he took
photographs of family and friends, but increasingly began looking at pleasing scenes that could be photographed for enjoyment and decor. In 1997, when John wanted to broaden his technical skills by learning website programming, he needed a subject. Friends suggested that he use his photography. Developing a website around photography expanded John’s interest in photography and digital technology.
Today, John has turned that interest into a portfolio of artistic works that not only features traditional photography, but includes digital fine art imagery and scanography. A scene or image captured with a camera or scanner can be modified by using light and color in various ways to create a unique impression. As well as on this website, John’s works can be found at art festivals and galleries around the southeastern United States. He goes nowhere without a camera.