I have been taking photographs for 50 years, beginning in college to document student life and protest. My work continued as a form of documentation focused on hidden beauty in rust and other degraded materials. All that changed with 9/11 which made it more difficult to access the sites I used to haunt. I began incorporating images from my travels and moved from film to digital several years ago. In recent years I have expanded to include flora and fauna (mostly bird life). Since retiring last year I have also begun to experiment with different ways of presenting my work and will be showing these images at WMOS this year. These include numerous diptychs and quadtychs of new and old works. For a sampling of images, visit my web site at insituimage.com.