Larry holds the BS in Education degree from The Ohio State University, graduating in June of 1967. He worked in public education k-12 for thirty years. He taught band and worked with special needs children during that time. Larry is currently retired.
He grew up on a farm in Midwest Ohio. He has three Children living and 7 grandchildren. His wife, Carol, has two children, two grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren.
Larry has been interested in photography since his own high school years. He experienced a resurgence of interest, as he became aware of the digital aspects of modern photography. He is owner and sole operator of Larry’s Images, www.larrysimages.com.
Larry speaks about himself. "I am nearer the end of my life than the beginning. My life has been a series of endeavors at learning where I might fit into this world and more importantly getting to know myself and being comfortable with me. Since that is nearing completion, I think that I might like to share bits and pieces of myself with others. Photography is the vehicle through which I can do that. No one else sees the world through my eyes. I see things that I like. I like them because I am. Through photography, I can try to share them with others. I am frustrated much of the time because I lack the technical proficiency to capture that which I desire to share. I am working on that.
I use a Canon 7D Digital SLR. I use a home built computer system. I use Adobe Photoshop CS5 to optimize my images. I print with an Epson R2880 printer. I enjoy showing the beauty of nature. Much of my work is done at Gorman Nature Center and Kingwood Center, Mansfield."