We all see the world in a unique way, and my own photographic vision has been shaped by the interesting people and places that have been a part of my life. Before becoming a full time professional photographer, I worked as an educator in a variety of different contexts including training outdoor educators in Alaska, working with East African rangers and guides in Kenya, instructing graduate students in the art of science education, and teaching high school filmmaking & photography students.
These experiences were great preparation for the life of a photographer. Living in wild and natural places has given me an awareness of the beauty in life all around us, and working closely with others has given me the ability to connect with people in a way that makes for authentic photographs that are full of life.
I currently call home southern New England in the lovely town of Keene, New Hampshire and I am always up for traveling to capture beauty in photographs.