An Exercise in Extreme Bucket List-ology

I have three loves in my life - my family, music and photography. My family has and will always continue to inspire me, motivate me, and fill my life with love and joy.

Through music, I have been afforded the opportunity to work with literally thousands of amazingly talented boys, girls, men and women over the years.

I have had an off and on love affair with photography since the early 1970's, economics and lack of time often dictating my participation in this pursuit.

It has always been a dream of mine to create soundscapes as companions to my favorite landscapes, but somehow, life kept getting in the way. Well..... now it's time!

My goal is simple - to translate into sound what I hear inside my little hairless head as I look at my images. It is my sincere hope to provide a modicum of stimulation for your eyes and ears as well.


What I Hear


Wait! There's more!

Naomi Grace Heffler was a vibrant, energetic, passionate young woman, who passed away in the Selkirk Mountains of British Columbia, Canada on Monday, January 20, 2003, at the age of 25 years. She was lost in a tragic avalanche, pursuing on of her many passions, skiing.

In 2013, Sue Leonard and I traveled to Forest House in northern Saskatchewan to write and record a song to celebrate Naomi Heffler's life, spirit and love of the outdoors.

This is the story of our trip and the four years it took to complete the project.

View Naomi's Wave