I am a photographer based out of both Somerville, Massachusetts and Merrimack, New Hampshire.
I grew up an only child in Flanders, New Jersey where I took an interest in video games, books, and technology. My mother was an aspiring photographer and hung her photographs around the house. I was often the subject of her photographs and many of my earliest memories are of her photographing me. Shortly after I entered my teens we moved to New Hampshire for my father to start a carpet installation business. He brought me on a lot of jobs with him and taught me about work ethic, small business, and how to treat people with kindness.
Somewhere in the middle of high school my family got a point and shoot 3.1 megapixel Kodak camera. I took thousands of pictures with it. I wanted to see what everything looked like through a lens, I was hooked. Around the same time I picked up a camera, I picked up a skateboard which fueled my passion for both photography and film. With some encouragement from my Photography teacher and mentor, I attended the Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University for photography.
While in school I was addicted to my camera. I brought it everywhere. I used it to create beauty, make relationships, meet people. My experiences there helped me hone my eye, and the way I saw the world both. I still carry my camera where ever I go, using it for all the same reasons I always have.
I am currently working on a documentary project based out of southern New Hampshire, as well as running a commercial photography business to fund my art work. If you are looking for my wedding website, please click here.