photographic interests are eclectic and opportunistic. Inspired by
the world around me I photograph anything from an abstract of a
single leaf to a scenic vista to an industrial landscape. Over the
years my style has evolved from a literal depiction of the subject to
a more personal interpretation – encouraging the viewer to
experience the moment as I did.
was born in New York City and was raised in southeastern
Massachusetts. After attending college in Philadelphia he moved to
Boston and began a career in banking and finance. In 1996 he and his
wife, Melissa, moved to Spartanburg, where they have lived ever
since. A few years later he earned a PhD in economics from Clemson
and began a second career as a college professor.
late 2016 he retired from teaching in order to spend more time with
family, traveling, and pursuing his life-long interest in
photography. He joined WMAC in early 2017. In addition to
photography, Chuck enjoys hiking, cooking, and serving as a cat bed.