I took my first photographs with my parents’ Instamatic camera when I was eight. A year or two later, I learned how to develop and print black and white film, and I’ve called myself a photographer ever since.
While studying for my bachelor’s degree at RIT, the world of shooting and printing in color opened up for me, and I got my first taste of working digitally.
When I look back at my earliest childhood snapshots, a fascination with pattern, texture, and details is already clearly evident. I continue to explore these interests in both black and white and color.
Solo show of work from three recent series, Mughal Stonework, I’m Sorry You Couldn’t Stay, and Tidal Landscapes, exhibited at the Faulkner East Gallery, Santa Barbara, CA
Work from my Japan series exhibited at SpaCia, Santa Barbara, CA
Work from my Flowers portfolio exhibited at Axis Skin & Body Studio, Santa Barbara, CA
Work from Italy exhibited at Zocalo Coffee House, San Leandro, CA
Rochester Institute of Technology
College of Imaging Arts & Sciences, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Photography
Worcester Center for Crafts
Various photography classes
Cover photo, A Hole Without Sides by Murdo Morrison, published autumn 2011.
Cover photo, The Lily Book by Valerie Coulton, published spring 2004.
Portraits of bass player Benny Rietveld published in Jazziz, Musica Pro and Bass Inside magazines, Autumn 2002-Spring 2003.
Cover and liner photos for the album Beauville, released in 2002 by San Francisco band August.