My story.

I love my job.  For me, photography is the art of visually telling a story within one single frame.  Not coincidentally, I started out in life wanting to tell stories in Hollywood as a screenwriter.  After ambling down the path of pursuing the bright lights, big screen I spent many years working in the financial world before finally opening my own photography business in 2010.   My technical training comes from the International Center of Photography, and I am a graduate of the 2011 Eddie Adams Workshop which annually selects the top 100 photojournalism students for participation.  In addition, I have had the pleasure of working with such clients as the World Wildlife Fund, United Way, and the University of Central Florida and have had my work published nationally in New York Magazine, Martha Stewart Weddings, and the Orlando Sentinel.
While I have lived all over the world and am originally from Florida, I am proud to call New York City home.  The vitality of NYC is something I pack into each and every photograph.  I’m constantly roaming the streets and subway for new inspiration.  So if you see me on the street with camera in hand, stop and say ‘hi.’  I’d love to show you the city through my lens.

 I am a member of the Professional Photographers of America (PPA) and the Wedding Photojournalists Association (WPJA).

The Taj Mahal as seen through a doorway in India

You can take a look at my travel and
street photography here:

Former NYPD police commissioner, Ray Kelly, shaking hands at an event

You can take a look at my corporate event and
executive headshot work here: