My Photography career began by working at my parents storefront photography studio located in Westport, Connecticut. My father taught me the art of photography and the magic of making people feel at ease while you capture them. He was a food photographer for Pepperidge Farm and Campbell Soup but he also had a retail location where we worked together.
My day would begin by getting the chemicals to temperature and processing up to 50 rolls of film a day by hand. I would then spend most of the remaining day making contact sheets and custom printing. We photographed portraits, product and for real estate. After Staples High School, I travelled south to Flagler College where I continued to learn more about photography and design. I was a scholorship baseball player at Flagler and even photographed and designed the team's brochure.
After college, I settled down with my friends and our family business. To this day I offer a friendly and satisfying photographic experience. I continue to learn more about photography. Every day is a new challenge that I look forward to.
I live in Westport with my lovely wife Elizabeth and four children Case, Elle, Sinjin and Penn.