Lenny Foster’s photography career began in 1993, after a trip to the Southwest. During that two-week vacation, in photographing the wide expanse of sky, unique architecture and varied landscape, Lenny created images that inspired him to hang up his coat and tie after 15 years in the automobile business. He then moved from the Washington, D.C. area to Taos, New Mexico, determined to pursue and develop this new-found passion for photography. He traveled many back roads in northern New Mexico, in search of “sacred moments,” the focal point for much of his early career. Travels to West Africa, Tahiti, the Virgin Islands, Mexico, and the Bahamas afforded Lenny the opportunity to see firsthand how beauty and Spirit are reflected in the landscape, architecture, and in the faces and hands of people in every culture.