Growing up in the Northeast, I have always been passionate about the outdoors. I spent countless hours as a kid exploring the woods in my family’s backyard, and even more time hiking and fishing in the Adirondack Mountains. My love of the outdoors can often be seen in the images I create.
I received my first camera when I was a freshman in high school. It was my Mom’s 35mm Cannon AE-1 Program, and an exceptional camera with which to learn the basics of photography. Using film and being limited to 36 shots really taught me the importance of slowing down to make sure everything was in frame exactly how I wanted it to be before taking the shot.
In college I made the switch to digital photography and spent some time living in Florence, Italy where I continued to study photography. After graduating college, I worked in various financial roles in New York City while pursuing photography as a hobby. I now work full-time as a photographer in the Northeast, and I am always available to travel!
The work I am currently doing includes capturing the fly fishing scene in the Northeast, landscapes from my travels, engagement and wedding proposals, and portraits of people I meet along the way. I can often be found fishing, hiking, hunting, camping and snowboarding!