Recent Faces

I’ve taken a ton of portraits this last year and I try to keep experimenting with different styles. Sometimes the location inspires the feel of the shot, other times I use my own light and try to create a mood. I enjoy the challenges with each shoot and I am always left wishing I had more time or equipment at my disposal. This is a very broad set and there might be a re-post or two here.









International student move in day 2014



Charity: Blast

I was invited by charity: water‘s multimedia director, and my good friend, Mo Scarpelli, to help photograph the organization’s annual charity: ball fundraiser in New York City a few weeks ago. Happy to help and even happier for an excuse visit friends in Brooklyn, I hopped on the Amtrak and braced myself for a fast-paced weekend in the city.

When the guests started to arrive on Monday evening, seven photographers and I did slow circles around the event space for almost five hours, taking photos of everything and everyone. All told, the event raised 2.5M by the time the lights came on at 11. My camera didn’t come along to the after party (for better or for worse…) but here are some shots from the gala, held at the 69th Regiment Armory building in Manhattan. More info and photos on their blog.

Hughson Dairy Farm

During the two days we had for shooting at the Eddie Adams Workshop last weekend, I was sent to Willie Hughson’s dairy farm. I was supposed to look for a story that fell under the topic of “equality” but I just wasn’t getting that through anything I saw. So I decided to just shoot what was in front of me and let the story come. And, as I discovered just minutes ago, it did. This article from 2007 describes how Mr. Hughson is among the large group of farmers who are facing a delayed or uncertain retirement. I’ll let the photos speak from themselves but I feel like this set is a good start for telling that story.