I began my “serious” photography as an 18 year old around the time I started college. I was fascinated by the black and white documentary photos of people in magazines such as Life and Look. I started shooting 35mm and developing my own film and making prints in the darkroom at school. I just took my camera everywhere with me and documented the people I was with, creating what I call “documentary” portraits. That was 1968-69. Surprisingly, I have kept pretty much the same way of doing portraits since the very beginning. In fact, I think some of my strongest portraits were some of my first ones. In 1972 I got a 4x5 camera and also began doing landscape work, inspired by Weston and Adams, of course. My current landscapes I think have become more my own in terms of looking at the natural world. Its hard to pin down. My current work is mostly in color, thanks to digital. I still am drawn strongly to geometry and textures in my landscapes, so maybe I haven’t changed that much either. So, overall I can’t say I changed a whole lot since the beginning. What’s your story? Any big changes over the years?