I had always liked photographing people and places. I started with simple box cameras and then moved on to 8mm movies. In 1980 I bought my first 35mm camera, a Canon AV-1. After that, my interest in photography really “took off”. A lifelong interest in 19th & 20th Century history coupled with a love for aviation-related subjects led me to start attending and photographing local air shows. I now use six different Canon 35mm cameras, a Bronica ETRS 6×4.5 medium format camera, and Mamiya C-330S & Graflex C-22 6×6 medium format cameras for my activities.
Over the last 5-10 years, I have accumulated an extensive photographic array of pre World War I and newer aircraft. The photos are in black & white or color. As I am a confessed “low tech person” I do not photograph using digital cameras. All photos are on analog media (film). I feel that the film reveals richer color and better detail resolution. Using analog media also makes each photo unique and one of a kind. My collection of images increases every year and I am sure that there is a photo to fit your needs.