The images you see here were developed after a lifetime of loving "the ride", a whirlwind of creative energy, and some picture taking by yours truly. The images, all taken from photographs, were digitized in Photoshop, rendered with a filter called crosshatch, and then transferred to wood. In a process I coined digital woodcut back in grad school, i then cut each wood panel anywhere from a few thousand to over 40,000 times. The wood was then sealed, inked, and run through a press. The results are almost photographic when viewed from a few feet away.