Frank’s pursuit of sublime landscape images began in 1976 when he volunteered as a photographer in Lesotho, a desolate island nation completely surrounded by the Republic of South Africa. While traveling alone for four months through the isolated mountain villages, Frank had the luxury of time to shoot hundreds of rolls of film for both the people of Lesotho and for his own personal work. It was photographing high up in the cold Drakensburg mountain range that set Frank on his progression towards his current work: color landscapes of Western North America with a very unique style.
Frank’s work focuses on the abstract. His photography is in collections of the Republic of Mexico, The Canadian Embassy in Tokyo, Alberta Foundation of the Arts, the Canadian Consulate in Munich Germany, The Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, and CIBC World Markets. He has had solo exhibitions in Tokyo and Munich.