With the advent of readily available and affordable digital cameras in the 90’s I started to re-think my approach to how to take a picture, what to take pictures of, how to view them and ultimately how to use photographic process to connect to a subject. Small memory cards and low battery capacity defined my early experiments with shooting in burst mode. My current show is built on the experiments and lessons of years of using the action of photographing as an integral partner to the subject of each frame. A “photograph” became a short abbreviated slide show reflecting and commenting on the question of capturing one ideal image. The current body of work encompasses a number of different ways of thinking about the intersection of digital modes of photography, painting and drawing.