Born and raised in Brookline, Mass., I began photographing at the age of 15. Since completing my BFA in Photography & Imaging at Tisch School of the Arts at New York University, I’ve been working as a photographer in New York City. I worked as a still photographer for the Oscar-nominated 2004 feature film Super Size Me, taking candid photographs that were used in promotional materials and publications. A permanent exhibit of my landscape photographs, entitled Neighborhood Nature, debuted at the Brooklyn Children’s Museum in 2008.
As a photographer for Madison Square Garden (MSG), I shoot over 100 sporting events, concerts and other events annually at MSG in addition to other popular New York City performance venues. My client list includes the New York Rangers, New York Knicks, Radio City Music Hall, Beacon Theatre, New Amsterdam Theatre, The New York Times, Volvo, Cablevision, MSG Network, YES Network, College Sports TV, Fuse Network, New York Youth Symphony, Tufts University, Brooklyn Children’s Museum, Brink’s Inc., Aeropostale and many others. I also take corporate portraits for law firms and other businesses.
My photos have been published in Sports Illustrated, USA Today, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Boston Globe, Seattle Times, Sporting News, Lucky, Billboard, Men’s Health, Women’s Running, Guideposts, on ESPN.com, Knicks.com, NewYorkRangers.com, and others.