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Thanks to my friends for all your encouragement, and especially to Dave & Jen for helping get this website up and running.

Thanks to my clients and patrons for your support . . . and good taste!

I especially want to express my sincere thanks to each and every one of my models, not just for sharing your time and special beauty, but also for your creativity, your patience, your inspiration, and for honoring me with your trust. I hope you are always proud of the work we've done together.



Where are you located?
I have a private studio in Dallas, Texas, near White Rock Lake.

What equipment do you use?
I typically shoot with professional Canon Digital SLR's using very high quality lenses (usually the 28-70 2.8 L). I also have an assortment of various lights and modifiers to achieve just the right look.

Who are your models?
The beauties you see on this web site come from all walks of life. Some are professional models, but many are just friends, and acquaintances. A few are customers who have graciously given me permission to use their photos. (Please note that I would only display pictures if the person has given me written consent.)

Who are your influences?
Primarily artists like: Leonardo da Vinci, John Waterhouse, Maxfield Parrish, Alberto Vargas, and Rolf Armstrong. I'm also a big fan of vintage Hollywood glamour photographers, like George Hurrell.

How do you make your photographs look like paintings?
Magic . . . and a magician never reveals his secrets.

Why haven't you responded to my email?
I usually answer all emails within 24 hours. But all kinds of things can happen to emails. If you haven't heard back from me, I suggest you try again and include your phone number.

Why do you call your site 'pagan' portraits?
It has nothing to do with religion. The word 'pagan' refers to subjects depicted in Greek and Roman Renaissance art and ancient myths, the timeless essence of which I try to infuse into my work.

Why do you specialize in female portraits?

It's never boring. As the saying goes: To be successful, do what you love.

It is a unique and exquisite pleasure to create a beautiful work of art with another person.



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