I am a New York City based documentary style photographer,

capturing  moments and telling stories  through my lens.

Whether I am photographing a formal or candid image I try to put my subject at ease and make them feel as comfortable as possible.

artist statement

Photography has always been my great passion.  

I knew photography was my calling at the age of seven, after seeing a photograph at the Museum of Modern Art, titled Moscou,  by William Klein.  I have never forgotten that image, as it told a memorable story of a man and a  woman. 

I  strive to tell timeless stories which inspire people to think and feel through my images.

I have been exhibited in various galleries throughout the New York metro area, as well as Pittsburgh, Pa.  My photographs have been published in the New York Times, NY Observer, as well as other magazines and periodicals. I enjoy working with people, and animals,  making them feel as comfortable as possible, and adding humor whenever I can.

A picture is a secret about a secret, the more it tells you the less you know.
— Diane arbus

select exhibitions

Family, Fahey.Bodell Gallery, New York

Children (Not Cute), Umbrella Arts Gallery, New York

Summer People, Reaves Gallery, New York

What's Missing, Illuminated Metropolis Gallery, New York

Children and Guns, Blatant Image Gallery, Pittsburgh, Pa.



Carnegie Mellon University



New York Times, DATE (article? link?)

Featured in Standout Magazine's Top 50 Photographers of 2010

Winner of the James Frank Competition 2008



Reaves Gallery