Born in Mount Vernon, New York, he lived in Morehead City, North Carolina.
Also known for his travel photography and photos of lighthouses.
Not to be confused with the 70-ish singer-songwriter!
From "Contemporary Authors":
Tampa Tribune, Tampa, Fla., reporter, 1954-55; editor and publisher of weekly newspapers, Lumberton Post, Lumberton, N.C., and Scottish Chief, Maxton, N.C., 1956-58; Charlotte Observer, Charlotte, N.C., staff photographer, 1959-61; director of
photography for Wilmington, Del., newspapers, 1962-63; free-lance photographer for magazines and books, 1963-78; Southern Living (magazine), Birmingham, Ala., director of photography, 1978--. Director, Carolina Illustrated, Inc. (photographic service).
Named Southern Photographer of the Year, 1959 and 1961; first place awards in National Press Photographers Association news pictures competition, 1959, 1960, and 1961; Where Time Stood Still: A Portrait of Appalachia chosen by the New York Times
editorial board as one of the outstanding children's books of 1970.