About


Photography has not always been a part of my life. Photography has been the vessel that has allowed me to pair my two loves; technology and science. I have always had questions and the ambition to learn. I have been invested in photography for several years now and there are always new things to learn. I find this especially true of wildlife photography. Not only does the equipment or software change, but nature is always throwing curve balls your way with a myriad of species to know and understand. My goal in life is to share with others what Nature shares with me and to highlight why Mother Nature is worth saving.

Experience:


  • Graduate of The New York Institute of Photography's Professional Course in Photography.
  • SI Arts Premier Grant Recipient
  • Winner by decision of Professional Photographer Moose Peterson to be a part of his Base Camp in Anchorage Alaska sponsored by Nikon.
  • Served as the photography educator & lecturer for the Clay Pit Ponds State Park Preserve on Staten Island. Including photography hands-on tours.
  • Photograph publication in the Rainforest Alliance News Letter.
  • One of four runners up in Moose Peterson's Nesting Bird Photo Contest.
  • Participated  as the photographer for the Staten Island Dragonfly Atlas 5-year study as well as participant.
  • Operator of my online blog and gallery.
  • Diversified travel experiences and willingness to venture into the extremes.

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