Thank you for taking a few minutes to explore my photography. I appreciate your time and am grateful to share that I am an award-winning photographer based in Newton, Massachusetts - just outside of Boston. I enjoy photographing many different subjects, but I find photographing people to be the most rewarding - whether it be individual headshots, families, athletes in action or rock stars on stage.


Outside of being a professional photographer, I am and have been a teacher in both public and private schools for over 20 years. My rapport with my students and their families has strengthened my ability to work well with photographing children, adults and whole families - even in the most challenging of situations.


I got my professional start with photography when I began photographing musicians in and around the Boston area for the Glide Magazine. I have been fortunate enough to capture up and coming artists like Sturgill Simpson and the Rival Sons before they had their major breakout and legendary artists like the Who, the Eagles, Queen, B.B. King, Buddy Guy, AC/DC, Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney. I have also been fortunate enough to work with many wonderful individuals and families over the past several years.


My work has been displayed in multiple galleries and print publications including Boston Globe Magazine, Japan's BURRN! Magazine, and Sweden Rock Magazine. My work is also featured regularly on Glide Magazine's, Hear Magazine's, and Musique Magazine's web sites.


Most recently, I have been dedicating the majority of my time photographing family events, corporate headshots and other portraits. I do hope that you like what you see on this web site. If I can help you in a way, please feel free to contact me. I will work as hard as possible to create the best photography experience for you that I can.



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Here are two interviews that I was proud to take part in:


Panopticon Gallery: Artist Spotlight


Boston Voyager



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