Bucket list adventures
I took my first photograph when I was ten years old using my father's pre-war Kodak bellows camera. The subject was a church steeple in Alexandria, Ontario and it was the first time I ever heard the "sunny 16" rule. Back in the YMCA's malodorous darkroom I was amazed when a crisp black and white image appeared in the tray full of strange chemicals.
It was a magical moment, setting me on a lifelong quest to document the ever-changing world around me.
Now, having retired after many decades as a consulting engineer and entrepreneur, I spend most of my time travelling the world with my wife Jana Kristin and our cameras.
Driven by an attitude of curiosity and a passion for the camera's click, we particularly enjoy exploring strange places where the landscapes, languages and cultures are unlike home.
We are true Bucket List Adventurers.