Comms exec. Photographer. Former underwear model.

Hey, two out of three ain’t bad.

Piano Man

It was 9 o’clock on a Saturday with The Entertainer himself, Billy Joel, performing his 125th sold out, one-night-a-month concert at New York City’s iconic Madison Square Garden.

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Culmination of Years of Hard Work: The Senior Recital

Years of language classes. Countless lessons. Endless rehearsals. All culminating in an hour long solo performance at Temple University’s Rock Hall in Philadelphia. So proud of the passion and commitment Allison put in over the past four years to get there.

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The Industry Finally Caught Up to My Career

In a bit of professional news, I am excited to announce that I have accepted a role with Akamai to lead global cloud and developer communications — the core of Akamai’s new Compute business following its acquisition of Linode. The combination of Akamai and Linode sits at the sweet spot of much of what I’ve…

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Pro Cycling Portrait

My legs may not be fast enough to keep up with my friends on the Bike Works p/b Fred Beans pro bike team, but my camera’s shutter speed is. Always fun to see one of my images in the local weekly newspaper. Especially when it’s a shot of my friends from the pro cycling team…

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One Act, A Lifetime of Memories

I went to the Millrose Games at Madison Square Garden when I was in high school. Had my camera bag with me. Saw a press pass on the ground. Picked it up. Tied it to my bag. And with all the confidence of a teenager, started following the other photographers heading toward the track. The…

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Goodbye, 2021. Hello, 2022.

Another year, another…well, another something. Right? Without further ado, highlights from these past 365 days navigating a global pandemic. Let’s see, where to start. Well, there were a couple of bucket list-level things that happened in 2021. For starters, a portrait I created during an on-site assignment in Basel, Switzerland, flashed on one of the…

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The Work We Do, The Lives We Live

My daughter was a Dr. Who fan. One day she said, “Dad, you need to watch this episode.” What unfolded on the screen — three and a half minutes of thespian magic — is, perhaps, the most emotion-inducing scene in television history. Even more emotional than the finale to MASH. It’s a gut-punching reminder that…

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Out and About Along the Back Roads of Bucks County

Saddle season on the East Coast. When the remnants of late season snowstorms melt into the warming ground of spring. I took the Subaru Outback — my new post-pandemic, let’s-go-on-an-adventure vehicle — for a gallop around the back roads of Bucks County, Pa., at the end of the day. These are a few of the…

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