My interest in photography dates back to the 1960s when as a graduate student at the University of Arizona I built my own darkroom and experimented with black and white images using 35 mm & 2 1/4" film formats. I am a biologist and retired (2004) college professor. Toward the end of my career, the digital revolution rekindled my interest in photography with the computer replacing the darkroom. I became interested in microphotography and made hundreds of digital images of biological specimens for teaching/research purposes. This was back when a 3 megapixel Nikon camera was state of the art! After 40 years of teaching biology & physiology I hung up my lab coat and invested in some serious camera equipment. My wife and partner, Stephanie, is a retired ICU open heart nurse and shares my enthusiasm for travel and photography. Together, we run our business Digital Images. Our photography takes us from Cabo San Lucas to Denali, Alaska in pursuit of new landscapes, wildlife and flowers. We continually experiment with new ways to present our work such as our digital collages and printing on canvas and metal. We belong to several local galleries and participate in art shows throughout Southern California.