When I went from Iceland to Greenland all those years ago, I accidentally stumbled into photography.  Maybe it was the beauty and magic of those places, but the photos I brought back with my less-than-professional-quality camera were breathtaking and a dear friend encouraged me to show them.  I ended up with exhibitions at The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine in NYC and The Edward Hopper House in Nyack, NY, as well as a handful of other galleries. Several of my photos were included in Vikings: The North Atlantic Saga, published in conjunction with the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History’s two-year traveling exhibition of the same name. I also presented an excerpt from The Thrall’s Tale (then called Bibrau’s Saga) as a special event at the Smithsonian.  For me, the experience remains one of the highlights of those early writing days.

Here’s just a taste of my more recent work.

“To learn something new, take the path you took yesterday.”

John Burroughs


Jordan Pond Triptych


Spring into Summer

Surface Tension



After Fire