Shooting interiors and architecture is a natural fit for me, and my past experience informs my approach as a photographer.  While getting a B.A. in Art History at Tufts University, I studied black & white and color photography with Jim Dow at both the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and at Tufts. His panoramic study of hundreds of America’s baseball stadiums and parks had a profound impact on how I view the built environment.

I went on to work with talented exhibition designers, curators, architects and photographers as a communications professional in the museum world. I helped present the most dynamic aspects of new museum architecture and cutting-edge exhibit design to the public.  Drawn to design and the decorative arts, I took classes in interior design and decorative arts history, followed by digital and lighting coursework at the International Center of Photography. Today, all these skills fuse together in my photographic work.

We'll work together to review key design elements and needed styling and props beforehand, so that on the day of the shoot, we create gorgeous compositions that reflect your vision. My goal is to create crisp, clean images that transmit energy, beauty and light. These images are meant to pull the viewer into an environment they'd like to stay in for a while.

Based in northern New Jersey, I shoot residential and commercial spaces in the greater New York area.

Professional Member, American Society of Media Photographers