I have years of experience working as a photojournalist for newspapers and magazines. And before that, I graduated with a Bachelor degree in photojournalism at Syracuse University, New York (where I also earned a Bachelor degree in Cultural Anthropology and a minor in Graphic Design – I like to keep busy).
In my career I’ve shot almost everything you can think of: photostories in New York, forensics in Scotland, globe-trotting presidents, night-clubbing celebrities, backs-to-the-wall politicians and perfect family moments – including people from, perhaps, the most famous family in the world: the Royal family. So, it’s fair to say I’m a pretty versatile photographer.
I am also trained as a videographer and editor and have years experiencing gathering audio for multimedia projects.
As you’ve probably figured out, this website is a sample of my work. Hopefully you like what you see. If you do, and you think I can help you, just drop me a line or give me a call – It’ll be great to hear from you.
Photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place… I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.