I’m in constant pursuit of beautiful and real moments of connection to people, places and things. I live to create images that are evocative, spontaneous, genuine, elegant, engaging, relevant and impactful. My sweet spot is being able to make images that connect whether on run-and-gun or produced shoots.
I think strategically about the role that photography plays for my clients and always ensure that my work exceeds expectations and opens up new possibilities. Collaboration and a well-thought out plan are key to giving every project the clarity and focus needed to produce amazing work.
Caroline, Ari and Margot. Anything made with heart and soul. Time on a bike or in a tent. Authenticity. Innovation. Problem Solving.
Serious Roller Coasters (I'll do the kiddie ones). Dispassionate Perfection. Wasting time. Disrespect.
MAJOR AWARDS & RECOGNITION:
American Photography 31 (AI-AP) SELECTED Work
Art Director's Club of Philadelphia Best Lifestyle
Art Director's Club of Philadelphia Best Personal
Art Director's Club of Philadelphia Best in Show
Getty Images Grant for Editorial Photography
World Press Photo, First Place, People in the News
POYi Community Awareness Award
POYi Best Use of Photography circ. 25,000 and under
POYi Picture Editing Series, Award of Excellence
Pulitzer Prize Finalist
Two-Time Pulitzer Prize Nominee
NPPA Region 5 Photographer of the Year
WHAT THEY SAY:
WOW! We are so impressed and want to hire you for every client :)))) You nailed it in every way: the people, the place, the fresh attitude.
– Amy Levi, President/Creative Director. STRADA
This brand has life because of your photography.
– Katie Mae Ward, Senior Account Manager. STRADA
You were able to capture a great assortment of seriousness and lightheartedness, which speaks directly to who they are and what we hope to represent through their new branding and website. Other law firms in their space (and beyond) are going to be envious when they see this photography.
– Taylor Wenner, Art Director. BRIAN COMMUNICATIONS
Your photography went such a long way in telling this very sensitive, compassionate story about what it means to be a social worker, and particularly what it means to be a social worker who is educated at Bryn Mawr College's Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research. It was a pleasure for Kismet Communications to partner with you.
– Rachel Beanland, APR, Principal. KISMET COMMUNICATIONS
I want to thank you for going the extra mile and going to capture the small town feel. Most photographers would have blown it off when circumstances did not present themselves.
– Jean Herr, Photography Editor, PACE Communications