Telling Your Story Through Photography
A family portrait should be a reflection of who you are together or individually, with compelling stories to tell through laughter, the color of one's eyes, the wisp of a flyaway curl, that unexpected moment never to be replicated or posed. As a photographer, I use my creative photojournalism instincts to draw out emotions: joy, laughter, tears, love, sadness, and the element of surprise.
Whether it’s a birthday party, wedding, sitting in your favorite chair, or simply hanging around the house, I record your most precious moments typically when you least expect it. Your photographs will be a piece of your history, a part of you in time suspended, forever young, never to be forgotten.
I find joy when I can tell people’s stories from behind a camera lens and I have been doing this since my dad handed me a Kodak Brownie Reflex at the age of 10. I started my career in journalism as a beat reporter. Along with my pen and notebook, I always had my camera with me, always ready to take a snapshot of a story that I am writing about. I transitioned into photojournalism about five years ago. My work has appeared in the Bucks County Courier Times (PA), as well as Sunshine Artist Magazine (FL), TimeOut New York (NY), East Village Times (NY), and several other publications. My fine art photography has also been on exhibit at the Soho Photo Gallery, The Bar Gallery in the Lower East Side, the Kimmel Center at NYU, and The Darkroom Gallery in Vermont.
Days, Nights, Weekends, Holidays
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