As a professional photographer I have travelled around the world, concentrating on environmental portraiture, panoramic landscapes, color, and stock photography. If you are interested in purchasing any of these images as a photographic print, the fastest way to reach me is by phone, 410.929.2157. Otherwise, please use the “Contact” button on the upper left corner of the page, or the button on the upper right on mobile devices. Price List for unmated prints: 8" x 10": $400 11" x 14": $800 16" x 20": $1,200 20" x 24": $1,600 24" x 30": $2,500 30" x 40": $3,500 Panoramic print price based on length of longest side.

Speeding Pink Car, Parque Central, Havana, 3/3/2000, (#2624)
Speeding Green Car, Parque Central, Havana, 3/3/2000 (#2623)
Blue Chevy With Teeth, Havana, 3/2/2000, (#2627)
Silver Chevy, Havana, 3/2/2000 (#2626)
Mother And Child, Ave. Cuba, Havana, 3/3/2000 (#2640)
The mother is the young woman on the right and her child is the blond school girl, who is standing of a step, which makes her look taller.
Elementary School Girls, Plaza de Armas, Havana, 3/9/2002 (#2825)
Elementary School Children Lined Up To Return To School After Lunch At Home, Havana, 3/9/2002 (#2817)
Elementary School Children Eating Ice Cream, Havana, 12/11/2002 (#2722)
Elementary School Children At Recess, Calle O'Reilly, Havana, 12/27/2000 (#2727)
Elementary School Children, Plaza de Armas, Havana, 2/29/2000 (#2634)
Middle School Girl Standing on Corner, Havana, 3/7/2002 (#2816)
Two Middle School Girls Standing In Doorway, Havana, 12/12/2000 (#2708)
Woman Being Watched By Men, Havana, 12/11/2000 (#2724)
Boxing School, Calle Cuba, Havana, 3/1/2000 (#2639)
Five Girls Standing In Street, Havana, 3/6/2000 (#2638)
These five girls were walking down the street towards me as a group, and they then separated into these three parts, and I was able to fill the whole frame with the man on the right and the woman on the left.
Shoe Shine Man, Ave. de Belgica, Havana, 3/6/2000 (#2636)
This photo was taken on my first trip to Havana, but I never saw this man again on later trips. On my last trip to Havana in January 2016, I noticed that this building is now missing the roof and is totally abandoned.
Policeman Watching The Street, Havana, 3/3/2000 (#2637)
Couple Entwined On the Malecon Sea Wall, Havana, 12/10/2000 (#2706)
Young Woman Looking Out At The Sea, Malecon Sea Wall, Havana, 3/6/2000 (#2656)
Uloading Bananas, Late Afternoon Light, Havana, 3/1/2000 (#2641)
"Camel" Bus (Self-Portrait), Havana, 12/12/2000 (#2711)
Passengers On "Camel" Bus, Havana, 3/3/2000 (#2645)

Old Man and Jesus Statue In Retirement Home In Converted Convent, Havana, 3/11/2002 (#2819)
"No Waiting", Barber Shop, Baracoa, Eastern Cuba, 2/6/2001 (#2733)
One of the first places Columbus stopped in Cuba was were the town of Baracoa developed. Surrounded by mountains, the city was not reachable by road until 1961. I sat on the floor of this barber shop and took a series of photos. When I was finished I gave them $5US to buy beer after work. On my visits to Cuba in 2002-02, the U.S. dollar was legal tender for tourist purposes.
Boy Who Didn't Want His Photo Taken, Trinidad, Central Cuba, 3/9/2000 (#2650)
Boy Walking To School, Trinidiad, Central Cuba, 3/9/2000 (#2646)
I saw the colors of the wall and the shadows, and stood in the  middle of the street (there was no traffic) and waited for the right person to walk into the photo. I was lucky to take the photo at the moment the muscles in both legs were being used.
Stoop Sitting, Late Afternoon Light, Trinidad, Central Cuba, 3/9/2000 (#2647)
Woman Walking To Work, Early Morning Light, Trinidad, Central Cuba, 3/9/2000 (#2649)

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