I love to travel—I’ve visited 59 countries at last count—and assignments have sent me throughout the U.S., and the world. Highlights include multiple trips to India (including during the 2004 tsunami), Myanmar’s desolate Mrauk U temple complex, Costa Rica’s “Alcatraz” (San Lucas Prison), and Colombia’s sleepy, colonial island town of Mompox.
As an award-winning New York City-based photographer specializing in documentary, reportage, and travel imagery, I’ve had so many enriching experiences. My images reveal people, places, and ideas that empower viewers to step beyond their comfort zone and into the enormous—yet intimately intertwined—world we share.
When not on the road, I watch fabulous sunsets from the riverfront Brooklyn apartment I share with my entrepreneurial wife and our strawberry blonde 5-year-old daughter. (She insists on saying “Night, Night” to the Manhattan skyline before bed.) And then there is our affectionate black poodle-mix and certified therapy dog, Maurice, who comes along on our adventures.
Current Location: Bridgetown, Barbados
New York Press Association – 2014 Best Picture Story – 1st Place
American Photographic Artists – 2019 APA Award – Documentary/Photojournalism – 2nd Place
Ark Republic – Fall 2019 Gentrification Issue – Documentary/Photojournalism
A short list of clients includes: The Wall Street Journal, TripAdvisor, Google, YouTube, Cornell University, Oyster, Nature, Prevention, Cosmopolitan, Seventeen and FreemanXP.