I am a printmaker and photographer, a biologist by training whose outlook as an artist is strongly influenced by my scientific background. I retired in 1995 from a career in genetics education, with an academic focus on population biology and ecology of organisms in space and time. When I turned my attention to art, I did not lose my interest in living things, so most of my art is grounded in an appreciation of nature and man’s place in relation to other living beings. I hope my art will inspire the viewer to look more closely at the complexities of a world we are often too busy to look at. I do not have a single working style, and produce works across a wide spectrum of media and styles. They are united by a clarity of vision, precision of technique, and attention to detail.