I am a local, Long Island photographer, enjoying each and every day as reflected in my Picture-A-Day (PAD) Project, ongoing since July, 2009, which represents not only my passion for photography, but for life. I have lived on Long Island and in the New York area all my life, learned to swim in the Great South Bay and memorialized my father over the same body of water when he passed away. I love where I live ... and am a true New-Yorker at heart.
I have been honored with having some of my work featured in several local shows, as well as recognized and exhibited by the Museum of the City of New York (MCNY) and the International Center of Photography (ICP). Most recently, my photo titled "Once Again" from the Sayville area, has been featured in the MCNY Museum as part of a Hurricane Sandy exhibit, and the same photograph has been used to promote the event through their promotional materials.
I delight in a life filled with both commercial (architectural) and artistic photography, and hope you enjoy viewing my photos as much as I enjoyed taking them.