I've been an active photographer for as long as I can remember, starting back in grade school with a Kodak Disc - a truly awful little camera that nonetheless inspired me to pursue photography, a passion that has evolved over the decades since.
In 1996, I moved to New York City, and the people, architecture, and electricity of Gotham brought my passion for photography to new highs. Now working with an advanced digital SLR, I began to compose images of the city, often working to contrast the old and the new, the historic and the modern, the classic and the sleek shapes that rose above us.
When my daughter arrived in 2007, my passion for portrait photography - especially with babies and children, was also born. Over the past five years, I've worked to bring the same enthusiams for photographing her (and now her little brother) to the families I've worked with across the Tri-State area.
It has been in these portrait sessions and events that I continue to contrast old and new - a father holding his newborn child at a Christening, proud Grandparents with their Granddaughter at her Bat Mitzvah, or simply generations gathering at their home or park, enjoying the bonding that so often occurs when families are able to relax and fall into the casual, contemporary style that I strive to deliver.
I continue to do work in the fine art and commercial areas, and continue to seek out new perspectives on New York City - work that you can view (and purchase) here on this site
, or view in person at my booth at Fulton Stall Market
at South Street Seaport in Manhattan.
I currently have an exhibition, "The Idyllic Commute" at Green Gallery in Bronxville, NY, and recently took first place in the photography division of the Beaux Arts competition hosted by the Bronxville Women's Club.
My work has been also featured in:
Manhattan Users Guide
Westchester County Department of Tourism
Photographers of Etsy
The Daily Hampshire Gazette
My Hometown Bronxville
I'm especially fond of a profile a professional photo lab in New York featured about me, which you can read here.
I'm also a big fan of social media, and would love to connect with you on Facebook
, and Pinterest
My fine art prints of New York City and beyond can also be found on Etsy
Thanks for taking the time to visit - I look forward to working with you!Member: Bronxville Chamber of Commerce, American Society of Media Photographers, Inc.