I am, admittedly, far better with a camera than I am with words, but this is my self portrait. It paints a picture for you to understand what this is all about. We really know the world only by what we see and what we feel, and both forms have a tendency to disappear with the passage of time. My work is about discovery: connecting you with the world presented in a light that no other can quite capture. It is about legacy: a commitment to remarkable moments with incomparable class, clarity, and distinction. Every image should stand on its own, paying homage to the inspiring people, untold stories, and wondrous world in which we live. This life is an adventure. Sometimes it gets a bit risky, but is always full of such marvelous hope. Won't you come along for the journey?
A photojournalist from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, I am central to Philadelphia, New York, Baltimore, and Washington, D.C. My photography spans a limitless spectrum of topics, focusing on visual storytelling in sports, social issues, and weddings. My heart is typically worn on my left sleeve, and a fresh, aromatic copy of the New York Times, coupled with a steamy London Fog, mark its gateway. I'm only as good as my next shoot, and believe firmly that Photoshop is for commercial photographers and amateurs alike. The entirety of my life is invested in the notion that great photography goes well beyond documentation. It has the power to change things, to make you feel something and move humanity forward. And as such, whenever given the choice, I will always choose a late night over an early morning, for dreams are what I work on when I'm awake.