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My interest in photography began at the age of 13 when my parents gave me a 35mm rangefinder camera. I took up photography seriously in 2007, studying with many masters including the renowned Art Wolfe, Canon Explorers of Light Jennifer Wu and Lewis Kemper. My work has been shown in juried exhibitions in Los Angel… Read More
My interest in photography began at the age of 13 when my parents gave me a 35mm rangefinder camera. I took up photography seriously in 2007, studying with many masters including the renowned Art Wolfe, Canon Explorers of Light Jennifer Wu and Lewis Kemper. My work has been shown in juried exhibitions in Los Angeles, Maine and elsewhere, and often sold for commercial and editorial use.

As a freelance environmental writer, I write for The Atlantic/CityLab, Sierra magazine, Hakai Magazine, EnviroNews, EcoWatch, Invironment, and other publications.

Originally from New York City, I lived in Southern California for 25 years before relocating to Maine in 2015. I've been traveling since I was old enough to ride the subway and I've never stopped. Read Less
My photographs are designed to celebrate nature and wildlife. As a Telly Award-winning video editor and producer, I developed an understanding of the power and use of color in still and motion photography. Colors relate to and convert emotions.

I use light, color palettes and atmospherics to convey the beauty of … Read More
My photographs are designed to celebrate nature and wildlife. As a Telly Award-winning video editor and producer, I developed an understanding of the power and use of color in still and motion photography. Colors relate to and convert emotions.

I use light, color palettes and atmospherics to convey the beauty of the world around us. I strive to create images that have a dominant color or tone, or that play off two complementary hues. Ideally, this starts in camera. The color choices are deliberate. In addition, I also look for graphic design elements - shapes, angles, negative space, light and shadow - that structure each image.

I use these techniques to convey not just what I captured, but what I felt as I snapped the shutter. Together, these approaches simplify the image, bringing out form, texture and organic design. Read Less
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