I’ve always had two careers. I began as a newspaper photographer in Oregon, and have continued to sell fine art images and engage in humanitarian projects throughout the U.S. and in Asia. I have also been a psychotherapist, professor of graduate psychology and an author of two published books. For my photography, I use the name, RH Alexander, to honor a family lineage and legacy of artists, some of whom gave their life for their work. I live in a small fishing village on the coast in Northern California.
You can learn more about my work at rhalexanderphotography.com