In 1994 I made the move from Alabama to New Hampshire and have never looked back. I am constantly amazed by the changing scenery and people-scapes around me. I have had many wonderful opportunities come to me through photography and I am pleased to share in some of my favorite images.
This first color photo is me (while still a high school student) at Thomas Jefferson's home Monticello--it is one of the first pictures of me with a camera "at work". The other photos are just various aspects of me -showing the cheerleaders how to pose, a photo with Governor George C. Wallace of Alabama, photographing first with the Pixy Division of a National Photography Company, then working with MacLean-Stevens Studios formerly out of Concord, New Hampshire; and then mucking around in the ruins of Wyndcliffe or other forms of urban exploration.
The final 2 photos are just for fun. The first is from Provincetown, MA with Varla Jean Merman, and the second is at the Barnstable County Fair out on Cape Cod.
The Baron Marcellus Donald Alexander Ritter von Redlich