You have a story.
And you want to tell it—with clarity and richness that evoke emotions resonate with your mission or brand.
I’m a portrait, travel and fashion photographer who captures lyrical
and authentic experience. I can help you tell your story.
I love working with all types of people, channeling creative energy into the production of stunning visuals. My work ranges from local personal branding projects to commercial shoots for international companies to months-long humanitarian NGO collaborations. I’ve shot throughout the U.S. as well in Mexico, South America, Europe and Asia, including a six-month project in Nepal and India documenting young girls rescued from brothels.
My personal aesthetic tends toward soulful nostalgia, most vividly expressed in my large-format wet-plate collodian work, the Civil-War era medium that inimitably captures life’s ethereal timelessness. But, with my wide-ranging experience working for many years as a magazine staff photographer and editor, I take a pragmatic approach to any project that prioritizes my client’s desired results and budget.
My work has been featured in The New York Times, National Geographic Adventure and Traveler, Southern Living, Ozy, Fast Company, Yoga Journal, Skiing, Climbing and other publications. I’ve worked as studio manager for Santa Fe Photo Workshop Center, staff travel photographer for Southern Living, staff photographer for The Aspen Times and photo editor for Yoga Journal. My recent advertising clients include Sherpa Chai, Om Collection, Karazi Design, RaksasaMods (Bali), Hello Soul (Baja) and Zephir Botanica.
I look forward to hearing your story—and exploring how we can bring it to life.