Online Portfolios 

The online portfolio process:
Here is the process I follow to create my online portfolios:

First, this process is fundamentally different from the process I use to create my print portfolios. The goal of the print portfolios is to create a world-class work of art. The creation of a print portfolio takes years of work, the images are selected among hundreds of top-class images and no effort or expense is spared.

Second, online portfolios are created relatively quickly and the selection of images is much less severe.

Third, I often select images for my print portfolios by editing the content of my online portfolios. In other words I use the online portfolios as a starting point for my print portfolios. As a result only a small number of images in my online portfolios make it into my print portfolios.

Fourth, occasionally, different versions of the same image are featured in an online portfolio. This is because I have not yet made up my mind about which image I like best. When such is the case I use the online portfolio as an opportunity to view these images together. This approach helps me make a final selection later on.

Fifth, the images in my online portfolios represent a larger variety of subjects than those featured in my print portfolios. Photographs of my backyard, of workshop activities, of Las Vegas, or of cars, to name but a few, will probably not make it to a print portfolio. However, I like to feature these images online because they show aspects of my life that I enjoy sharing and that are important to me.

Sixth, online portfolios are dated using the publication date, not the creation date. For example a photograph created in 2017 but published in 2018 will be dated 2018. This is why the new 2018 portfolios below already feature numerous images even though we are only at the beginning of the year. I follow this approach for reason of simplicity and clarity. It would be both challenging and confusing to add images to previous years portfolios. It would also be difficult to know where new images are being added. This way you know that the only place where new images are being added is in the current year (2018 right now) portfolios.

The Online Portfolios:

Images created in 2018

Best of 2018
Cars 2018

2017 Summit

Escalante-Gd Staircase

Alain & Natalie

Death Valley 2018 Northern Navajoland Nuages Neon Auditory Landscapes

Images created in 2017

Best of 2017


Grand Canyon


2016 Summit
Workshops Alain & Natalie
Paris & France
Mini Series

Budgeting Emblems
Budgeting 57SC
Cars 2017
Escalante-Gd Staircase
Bugatti Emblems

Images created in 2016

Best of 2016
Manzanar Origami

Grand Canyon
Northern Utah
Fine Art Summit

Las Vegas 2015
Cars 2016
Alain & Natalie

Antelope Black & white
Antelope Color

Fisheye Photographs
Workshops 2016

Images created in 2015

Antelope Canyon

Best of 2015

Cars 2015


White Sands

Racing Museum

Eastern Sierra
Living in Navajoland

Death Valley

Southern Arizona

Concrete Flowers

Tin Toys

Edison Lights


Images created in 2014
Best of 2014
Bristlecones Grand Canyon
Polaroid Museum

Southern Arizona
Painting Class

Air Show
29 Palms
Cooking Classes

Las Vegas 2014
  Workshops Fisheye
Cars 2014

Images created in 2013

Best of 2013

Cars 2013
Ethan Allen
2013 Summit
Northern New Mexico

Images created in 2012

Best of 2012

Cars 2012

Joshua Tree

Arches & Canyonlands

White Sands

Images created in 2011

Best of 2011

Cars 2011


Textured Images

Along Route 66
Baseball Hall of Fame

Closeup & Architecture

Images created in 2010

Arches & Canyonlands

Best of 2010
Cars 2010
Death Valley & Sierra

Studio Garden

Scottsdale Museum

NHRA Phoenix 2010

Wheels of Wellness

Zion, Bryce, Escalante

Images created in 2009

Best of 2009


Rock Art Show


Very Large Array


Route 66

Studio Locations

Phase One P45


Images created in 2008

Best of 2008

Route 66


Death Valley 2008

Images created in 2007

Best of 2007






Images created in 2006

Best of 2006


San Juan River '06

Companion Prints

Images created in 2005

Best of 2005


Northern Utah

San Juan River '05


Images created from 1997 to 2004

Canyon de Chelly

Antelope Canyon


Death Valley

Rock Art

Bryce Canyon


Grand Canyon

Canon 300D

Sonoran Desert

Barrio Historico


Coso Range

Monument Valley

Indian Ruins

Black & White

Images created from 1983 to 1997

Artist in Residence Work

Early Black & White

Digital Collages

Digital Rock Art

Image Collections


Route 66

Flash Image Galleries

Tin Toys

San Juan River

Route 66


San Juan River 2005

Alumni Galleries


Summit 2009
Rock Art Show

Very Large Array
Boulder Bridge  

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