Some of Chuck's Favorites
Chuck is an accomplished photograher with multi-annual trips all over the world to capture imagery on just about anything. His finished product reflects an amazing eye for nature and wildlife. Some of his work over the years includes rare subjects that range from white black bears in British Columbia, Guanaca at the base of Torres del Paine mountains in Patagonia, iconic places in the US like Mesa Arch in Canyonlands NP, cathedrals in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia to once in-a-life-time meteor showers.
But it is not just land-based photography at which Chuck excels. His underwater shots are nothing short of spectacular, and he has said he can’t imagine diving without a camera in his hand. His diving has taken him to just about everywhere in the Caribbean, Fiji, Indonesia, Australia, Papua New Guinea
His early work was on film using the standard underwater camera of the time, the flood-prone Nikonos V. In 2005 he moved into the digital SLR world and invested in an Ikelite housing and a Nikon D70s. Since then he has upgraded both housings and cameras as the technology and caliber of equipment improved.
Current Camera Configurations: