My best subjects are agriculture, desert travel, BLM/Federal lands issues, and southwestern destinations. I’ve covered Agriculture as a freelancer since the 1980’s with regular features in California Farmer. For the last couple of years, I’ve worked for Citrus Industry, both online and print editions.
Presently, my biggest project is The Western View, a weekly 350 word, 2.5 minute commentary for Farm City Newsday and Ag radio stations. I’ve been at it for three years. I’ve posted them on a blog site at www.therealwesternview.com.
I’ve written/photographed articles for dozens of online and print media publications, and wrote/photographed Desert Dancing, a travel journal published by Hunter in 2000.
I live on a small hobby farm east of Clovis, California.
Former publisher/editor, The Ranchos News
Former contributing editor, California Heartland Magazine
Former photojournalist and reporter, Madera Tribune
Editor, Dally Press
Previously, I’ve sold articles and photos to print media publications including Inc, California Farmer, Fresno Bee, Route 66, and Applied Industrial Hygiene; and on websites such as DesertUSA, Death Valley Gold, and others.
My book, Desert Dancing, is a travel journal that explores the land and the history of the Mojave and Colorado deserts, published by Hunter Publishing, 2000.
Here’s a partial list of published articles.
My stock photos are on Alamy. Search for agriculture in the linked box.
My photos have been used in magazines, books, web articles, and newspapers. Some have been used for advertising on billboards, print media, and web pages. Most photos are rights-managed.
General subjects: Central California travel, agriculture, Eastern Sierras, Mojave desert, and the central coast. Email me for a current list or a specific request.