From 2019 to 2023, during one of the most tumultuous times the country has ever seen, we lived in the heart of the United States capitol. This is what I saw…
The Editorial Portrait
Since 2002, I’ve used a camera to capture personality — and I’ve always aimed at capturing that spot between the masks we wear. That moment when the truth of who we are slips through and reveals itself.
It is one of my favorite games.
This section will hold some of my favorite captures from over the years.
Bodies of Work
In the midst of long career in photography, I spotted an opportunity in the fitness industry, and pivoted my studio’s marketing strategy to meet it.
As a result, from 2009 to 2016, my team and I dominated the new niche, winning multiple international cover placements for our clients, and setting the industry standard for competition image delivery.
My studio maintained a 100% conversion rate on all in-person sales from 2013-2016.
In partnership with my team at Wabbit, we collaborated with Swag Academy, and guided their evolution from an initial idea to a prominent player in their market.
Starting with a simple landing page and daily, personalized, one-on-one guidance from me, we built this company into a remarkable and thriving success story.
(full case study on wabbit.com)
In early 2014 I attempted to use photography to speak about the experience of the domestic violence cycle from the family’s perspective.
I consider it one of the great priviledges of my life to have worked with Leica, the legendary camera manufacturer responsible for inventing the 35mm camera.
For three years I enjoyed teaching the craft of photography to my tribe, while helping Leica up the quality of their online classes, from the comforts of their location in the District of Columbia.