There are two aspects to my career. One as a member of medical school faculties in psychiary and psychoanalysis and one, much less formal, in photography.
I received my MD at the Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine, and spent many of the most productive of my faculty years at the Medical College of Wisconsin. In psychiatry and psychoanalysis, I have published more than one hundred peer reviewed articles, book chapters, and books. I have also given many invited lectures, chaired panels, and made presentations, as is expected in an academic career.
My career is photography has not been an academic one, so I have no such academic credentials in the arts. I have taken a number of classes at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design (MIAD), at the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), and at the Johns Hopkins University but I am basically self taught. I have, however, learned an enormous amount from other photographers, once I was primed by my own work to learn. I particularly want to thank members of the Baltimore Camera Club, FotoFocus, and the Creative Imaging Group, all in the Baltimore area. I also must thank Cary Photographic Artists and the Capital City Cameral Club who have been friendly and welcoming since I relocated to North Carolina.
Special mention and thanks is due to Phyllis Berger, who has been a teacher, mentor, friend, and colleague for many years. I also want to express my gratitude to Randy Morgan and Studio iX for his considerable and essential help in organizing and updating this website.
Whatever my credentials in photography, "the proof is in the pudding" and I hope you like what you see in the photographic representations of inner and outer worlds. My website address is below.