I reside in a suburb of New Orleans, LA. USA. I am retired now, but previously worked for the
government as a disability claims examiner with the Department of Veterans Affairs. I became
interested in fractal art several years ago and started with the Fractal Explorer program, then
learned to use the Ultra Fractal program. I see the Fractal Explorer program as more "organic"
in nature. Using digital art to express my view of the world has been extremely satisfying to
me. It is a challenging art form, limitless in scope, design and color. I also use the Photoshop
program as well as numerous filters to complete my fractal images.
Fractals are endless journeys into beauty. They may be surreal, spiritual, passionate,
peaceful, wild or chaotic, but always one of a kind. In my opinion, one doesn't create fractals as
much as one discovers them and molds them into his or her own view of the world.
Fractals are my passion, my fascination, and my addiction. I express myself through my
fractal art and hopefully these images will bring enjoyment to others as well. Since venturing
into this world of beauty and wonderment, fractals have become part of my essence, part of