Click on the links above to read about my medical background, explore some selected  medical references, and see some of my interests and hobbies.


Most of my activities center around my wife and three children. We enjoy fencing, hiking, playing fetch with our sweet dog, looking for whales in Puget Sound, cooking, and watching movies together. The three boys keep us busy with their activities.

I believe in practicing what I preach. The American Heart Association recommends at least 30 minutes of moderate physical activity at least 5 days a week. I make an effort and find the time to exercise and stay physically fit. I am a volunteer coach at the Metro Tacoma Fencing Club. All three of my boys fence, and it is wonderful bonding time for us. I am also an active competitive fencer having achieved the distinction of being among the 2% of fencers nationally having earned competitive ratings in all three weapons (épée, foil, and sabre). In 2011 I earned my professional fencing coach's certificate (Prévôt in foil which is one level below fencing master) from the US Fencing Coaches Association. In 2013 I earned my referee ratings. I was ranked 2nd in the United States for the 50-59 year old men's épée category after the Summer National Championships in 2022 and earned a coveted spot on the Veteran World Team representing the United States in the World Championships held in Croatia. I am always trying to better myself in all that I do from sports to medicine. I have more about my passion for fencing on my fencing website.

I am very interested in art and computers so web design is a natural extension of my hobbies. If I had to choose my one favorite activity for myself it would be photography. I started taking pictures seriously in high school, and I haven't been able to go anywhere without a camera since. Below are some of my pictures.

I am thrilled that my picture, Castle Geyser, won first place in the Proctor Arts Festival competition in the photography section on 4 August 2007. Multicare also purchased one of my photographs titled Sunset at the Beach for the pediatric waiting room at Mary Bridge Hospital in 2013.

Castle Geyser, Yellowstone National Park



Fish, Boston Flowers, Grand Tetons
Horse Eye, Boston Common Ferry, Seattle
Ferry, Whidbey Island Flower, Topsfield Fair
Butterfly, Franklin Park Zoo Saddle, Brookline



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