When I was fourteen, my stepmother gave me an inspired gift: my first legit camera, a Nikon FE2. I was a little adrift, maybe typical for that age—but I loved that camera. It went with me everywhere, became an indispensable tool for connecting with people, a way of framing the world through some predictably tumultuous years—and beyond. Photography has been my way ever since.
I now live in Brooklyn, NY with my brilliant and lovely wife, our energetic toddler son, and a brand new baby girl. My work has taken me to the four corners of North America and plenty of points in between—and overseas to India, Morocco, Indonesia, and more. I've had the good fortune to work with (and learn as much as I possibly could from) respected photographers such as Diego Uchitel, Hiro, and Frank Oudeman. And I've had the opportunity to collaborate with a diverse and inspiring group of clients and publications. Among them are:
Hollwich - Kushner
Schappacher - White
The New York Times