Raised in rural Colorado, Cal’s interest in art continued from high school to Woodbury College in Los Angeles. He took classes in cinematography and selected courses at Brooks institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, California, followed by field and darkroom sessions with Ansel Adams.
Cal has traveled extensively in the United States, photographing scenes from Coast-to-Coast, Canada, Alaska, Mexico, the Caribbean and England. His work has been published in magazines, calendars, books, postcards and tourist items. Cal’s photography has been shown in various art exhibits, and is featured in two art galleries in Sedona, Arizona.
He obtained the U.S. patent on the free ball tripod head and designed the “Fototote” camera dolly.
He and his wife, Jean, have resided in their home in Sedona, Arizona on the banks of Oak Creek for over 40 years.
Our photographs are produced from film. They are individually printed from transparencies on Fuji Chrystal Archive paper which brings out the lustrous colors and also extends the life of the photograph many years.