Jim’s photographic career spans forty years of travel, curiosity and visual and social sensibility.
Jim’s body of work reflects his never ending curiosity about the world and people, about their daily lives and habitats, and how they go about them in this ever changing environment we live in.
Jim tries to instill his passion in the images he creates, to make some sense of order out of all of the visual chaos that surrounds us. This helps him to find a better understanding of the world around him and maintain a meditative sense of balance in his photographs. Creating art is very much about evoking primal feelings from the viewer, so the closer Jim gets to his work emotionally, hopefully the closer he gets to you.
Jim has studied at the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops in Santa Fe, New Mexico and at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C.
Jim’s photography has been showcased at the Art League in Alexandria, Va., the Artist’s Gallery in Columbia, MD and at Slayton House, Columbia, MD as well as The Cultural Arts Center in Frederick.