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.

 

After a stint in Westchester, NY, our family moved to Cos Cob, CT five years ago.  My first memory of Tod’s Point in Old Greenwich was nearly driving off the road, into the cove, as I was so distracted by the beauty of the park. 

 

Since that time, I’ve visited Tod’s hundreds of times, usually with a camera in hand.  What amazes me is how Tod’s takes on entirely different qualities, depending on the time of day or time of year.   The stunning beauty of sailboats cutting across the skyline of Manhattan – a common sight at Tod’s, inspired me to pursue more nautical photography, from La Jolla, California to Rhode Island.   

 

I have exhibited at several local galleries, including the Flinn Gallery, the Bendheim Gallery, and at various venues as parts of Art to the Avenue.   My work was also displayed at Google’s NYC headquarters in the winter of 2015, and continues to be featured at the Andaz Fifth Avenue Hotel and New York Hilton.  My images have been featured in Popular Photography, FourCulture Magazine, the Manhattan Users Guide, and the American Society of Media Photographers Bulletin, among other publications.

 

All of my prints are available in a wide range of sizes and materials – if you see something you like, but need a different size, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

 

Member: Greenwich Art Society, Greenwich Arts Council, Art Society of Old Greenwich