I have been shooting professionally for 9 years, and recreationally for many more.
Past and current clients include; Dartmouth/Hitchcock Medical Center, E-cast Productions, Fox Chase Cancer Center, the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission, Main Line Animal Rescue, S.W. Bajus Properties, Suburban Life and Main Line Life magazines, Anu Fitness, High Hill Studios, the Eagle Theatre, Energy Management Systems, and a slew of others.
My work has recently been featured on ABC's "The View" and NBC's "Best In Shelter With Jill Rappaport" featuring Betty White, Bernadette Peters, Bryant Gumbel, Lindsey Vonn, and Emmylou Harris. My urbanscape work was featured in a two man show at Church Street Gallery in West Chester, Pa. in March, 2015. In November of 2018, I had a solo exhibition at the Vermont Center for Photography entitled 'Thrive: The Overcome Project' that documented my cancer journey.
I am surrounded by love and family. Art and music. Friends and fur.
I live in Northampton, Massachusetts with my wife Amy and our daughter Amelia. Violet the dog, and cats Mavis and Steve round out the family. (We have also have 12 chickens.)
I am a cancer survivor and a former member of the B.O.A at Fox Chase Cancer Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. I am indebted to the doctors and staff at Fox Chase for saving my life and giving me the opportunity to welcome Amelia into the world. I am particularly indebted to my friend Dr. Miriam Lango, the best oncological head and neck surgeon in the game.
I am also fortunate to have been in the employ of the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Center (D.V.R.P.C) while building my career as a photographer. They were generous and kind to me while I went through treatment, and were a wonderful organization to work for.
I am extraordinarily lucky to have a loving family and lifelong friends. I was smart to pick such a wonderful mother and father, and smarter still in convincing my wife to marry me.
I am indebted to the universe for my existence. I am grateful to the atoms that form me.
With my friend, Dr. Miriam Lango.
At the Vermont Center for Photography.