I am a photographer from Upstate New York, known for my portraits, stories, and observations. My methods are spontaneous, simple, and always on location... I am not someone to call for elaborate, staged productions – rather you send me out guerrilla-style and I'll deliver loose yet highly-crafted pictures that resonate because they look and feel "real".
Earlier in my career I operated a pioneering digital imaging and graphic design studio doing work for Fortune 500 companies and 4A advertising agencies. I taught at the Center for Creative Imaging, International Center for Photography/NY, Palm Beach Photo Workshops, and the Visual Studies Workshop. And I've been a consultant to Adobe, DaiNippon Screen, Eastman Kodak, and Scitex.
I have over thirty years of experience as a commercial photographer, graphic designer, advertising art director, and dot.com creative director. As a photographer I shot my first international annual report in 1990. I was one of the first to use digital photography for mail order catalog production in 1994. My work has been profiled in Communication Arts, Korean Photo, Photo District News, Print, and Russian Photo and Video magazines.
Please note that my political views roughly align with the AltRight movement. While I am polite and professional to and tolerant of individuals, I exercise my natural right of free association to decide who I'll work with. Likewise if you're an intolerant moron with a self-righteous authoritarian bent... leave.
Currently I am looking for portrait commissions and editorial/advertising assignments. I'll also mentor and teach aspiring photographers one-on-one. While my rates are medium to high, I operate very efficiently and without pretense so I am likely to be competitively priced. Please inquire.