​    For over 35 years, Peter has worked throughout the US and Europe as a commercial and auto racing photographer with numerous clients and publications being published throughout the world. He followed with an exploration of cinematography as a respected director of photography/cinematographer/camera operator winning awards for his work. Currently, Peter predominately works with rangefinder cameras , concentrating on fine art B&W work. Some of his influences include Ansel Adams, Galen Rowell, Helmut Newton, Herb Ritts, Brad Washburn, and Weston.

His work hangs in Galleries and private collections throughout North America and Europe. He has had many solo exhibitions and won awards throughout the US. His work has been chosen for display at the International Environmental Film Festival and The International Conference On Global Warning. His work is part of the permanent collections of Fletcher Allen Hospital in Burlington, VT and St Jude’s Children’s Hospital, in Los Angeles.

A realist naturalist and environmentalist, yet remaining an old gear head and free radical. Peter teaches classic photographic technique on a selective basis and dabbles with cartooning, painting, and furniture design. Peter is a competitive sailor, as well as an avid motorcycle and sportscar enthusiast.

"a master of black and white conversion and processing in the digital age. ...signature contrast and tone make for beautiful visuals and strong drama in the photographs."
-Jean Bardaji, Leica Boutique

​"Peter's  stark, sere images, whether of the high desert, the high Sierra, or of a thousand-year-old lodge pine effortlessly take one on a journey through space and time.  It’s not just the subject matter that calls to mind Ansel Adams’ work.  It’s the timeless, limitless clarity of the images themselves that create that sense of awe and humility about the planet we live on".
-Alexander L. Aldrich, Executive Director, Vermont Arts Council

Paul Newman- "Hey kid".

Scott Pruit- "Thanks Man!!!".

Jackie Stewart- "You forgot your Coke".
   Custom prints of many photographic images are available. In particular, archival, museum quality prints are available of all the BW landscape images featured on the site in a minimum size of 8" x 10" and go as large as 3'x4'. These are custom archival prints, signed and numbered in limited edition runs. Peter does NOT manipulate any of his images by digital photo or graphics programs except for standard darkroom type techniques like dodging and burning. 

These images are not in the public domain. Digital watermarks and copyrights are imbedded. This work is my life, please let it be my own.