After graduating from the University of California at Berkeley with a degree in Anthropology in 1971, I worked for five years photographing along America’s two lane highways.  The photographs were published in a book entitled “Diesels and Dinosaurs” in 1976.  Since then I have worked on a number of other projects and had my photographs published in several books including “Marks in Place”, “Gone”, “The Llano Estacado” and “Motel Signs”.  For over 35 years I taught photography at the University of Colorado, the University of Texas, Princeton University and the Santa Fe University of Art and Design.  I received three National Endowment for the Arts fellowships as well as the Eliot Porter Fellowship to help support my photographic projects.  Today, I live off the grid with my wife in a passive solar adobe house we built ourselves in rural New Mexico.     

Ranch sign between Merriman and Hyannis, Nebraska, May 2001 – Purchase $165.00