In a shop in Hudson, New York called Flowerkraut I came across these interesting air plants (Tillandsia) and began figuring out how to photograph them. One thing led to another and they ended up paired with these old tools.

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May 5, 2015

Video: Snow Day

The last snowstorm to hit the NYC region in early March was a gentle one. But it delivered many inches. The storm also gave us an opportunity to make this little video short.

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February 10, 2015

Recently on Location

Here are a few images recently shot on various locations. In addition to the still photographs during these projects, we have been shooting video – going back and forth between the two – at my direction. A reel of this footage is in the works. Stay tuned.



Recent lifestyle shoot for Meredith’s Family Fun magazine in western Massachusetts. We illustrated a little twist on some well-known household games and activities for those cold winter months ahead.











St. Charles of New York, is an award-winning design firm with a deep history going back to the 1930′s. While the firm’s specialty is in kitchen design, Principal Karen Williams has branched out to include interior design for bathrooms, dens, libraries and living areas of the home. I was assigned to photograph Karen earlier in the year at her home for Coastal Living magazine. We struck up a working relationship and continued with this project recently in Vero Beach, Fla.

Prop Stylist: Meagan Camp

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October 6, 2014

Video for Ogilvy & Mather

Ogilvy & Mather’s client, Barclays, works to help fund the ambitions of small businesses around the globe. After having seen my production of a video for Hot Bread Kitchen, who receives support from Barclays, Alicia Zuluaga at Ogilvy & Mather hired me to direct and shoot additional footage their Barclays “Ripple Out” campaign. I worked closely with Aubrey Smyth and her production team at Ginger Snap to realize the new footage.