I’ve had a life long interest in photography and all forms of art, as well as in aviation. As a young child, I began experimenting in photography with a Kodak 110 pocket camera given to me by my Mother, taking photographs of the model aircraft that I built.
Photography took a turn for me in High School, where I enrolled in beginning and then eventually advanced photography classes. Learning the basics on a school owned Pentax K1000, rolling my own film into canisters, I shot assignments given out by the instructor. I then developed that film and headed into the darkroom to begin processing my work. As a graduation gift my Senior year in High School, my Mother purchased a Pentax K1000 of my own and my hobby continued from there.
Still to this day I enjoy shooting aviation themed photography and in my free time I try to attend airshows and visit local airfields as much as possible.
My published work has been seen in Vertical Magazine in addition to the Vertical Magazine website, featured periodically in the Commemorative Air Force newsletter Propwash Gazette, as well as being featured on many aviation industry Facebook pages and advertisements by aviation organizations.
Thank you for visiting Quib Photography and sharing in my enthusiasm for aviation photography and history. I hope you enjoy viewing the posts and galleries here displaying samples of my work.