Caving (no, it is not called spelunking by those of us who are serious about it!) has been a big part of my life since I went into my first wild cave in 1968 while at the University of Denver. I knew then it would be a lifelong pursuit, though I never would have guessed that it would be such a wonderful vocation for me as well. Although I am a potter by trade, I find my cave-related business is growing year by year. How incredibly fortunate I am to have found two things in my life that produce a living income for me and fulfill my creative desires as well. Click on the above links to see what it's all about.

Be sure to take a look at two new important additions to the Shot in the Dark catalog:

On Three: An introduction to digital photography for cavers, an instructional CD on digital cave photography techniques.

I am also very happy to announce Cave Cards , which are sets of cave images on the cover of folded greeting cards with envelopes included. They are sold as a set of six cards, or individually, and are high-quality individually printed matte photos suitable for framing. All images were taken in various spectacular caves in the Guadalupe Mountains of New Mexico and include images from Carlsbad Cavern, Lechuguilla Cave and numerous other famous Guad Caves! Click here to learn more.