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Cloud Foundry Summit

Most photographers come at photography from the starting point of the camera. My career was built on helping organizations tell better stories. Creating opportunities to combine my profession of public relations with my passion of photography is pretty awesome. All set up to create a few hundred individual stories of the speakers and VIPs here […]

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Broadway Maternity

I’m almost a third of the way through my time on this planet. I’ve had the privilege of meeting and interacting with interesting humans along the way. Some famous, some infamous, and some normal just like you and me. Recently, I had the opportunity to work with one of the famous: Broadway actress Jenny Lee […]

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On Location Portrait

I recently had the honor of creating a portrait of my neighbor’s daughter the night before her bat mitzvah. We had a blast shooting. This was my favorite shot of the session. I set a goal to do more human-centric photography this year. As such, I’m always on the lookout for good folks to collaborate […]

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In The New York Times

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Celebrity

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March for Our Lives Doylestown

[vc_row][vc_column][kswr_spacer spc_desk_height=”5″][vc_column_text] “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” — Margaret Mead Mead was, of course, the famed anthropologist. She was also a resident of Doylestown, Pa. It’s the town I and my family have lived in for the past […]

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Music Matters

Yesterday afternoon, I had the pleasure of shooting the annual VH1 Save The Music Foundation concert performed by the teachers and students of Central Bucks School District in Pennsylvania. The foundation’s mission is to jump start music programs in elementary and middle schools across the nation. CBSD has been a significant contributor to the VH-1 […]

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Sunday Reads

When I lived in Hoboken at the start of my career, I relished Sunday mornings reading the Sunday New York Times over eggs, coffee and a spicy Bloody Mary at East L.A. on Washington Street. Today, my reading list is more eclectic and digital and my Bloody Mary’s have turned into an extra pot of […]

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Through the Lens

”The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera” Dorothea Lange, US photographer (1895-1965) #womensart pic.twitter.com/rNS9uofvs5 — #WOMENSART (@womensart1) January 13, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

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Making Images of Artists Making Music

2017 was an crazy year in music photography for me. Combing through my 2017 catalog this evening, I stumbled on this shot of rising country musician Aubrie Sellers from back in February when she opened for The Cadillac Three at Philadelphia’s Theatre of Living Arts. Fast forward a few months and I get a text […]