A decade ago I'd have no idea that one day I'd make a living with a camera. Back then my obsessions were politics and journalism, the subjects I studied in college.
But it was after a vacation to Scandinavia in 2006 that I realized photography was fun. By day I plugged away on the news desk at Fox CT covering breaking news, and at night cut my teeth photographing the basement punk shows in Hartford and New Haven. A tax return later, I bought my first Nikon SLR.
In late 2009 I started as a web producer at the Hartford Courant and began picking up photography clients. After a few years I moved into writing about food and music for the Courant, getting the awesome chance to photograph both as well. 2012 was the year I started as a full time freelance photographer.
Photography has taken me all over the northeast, with clients from Brooklyn to Albany to New Hampshire. Every day is a reminder of just how unbelievably lucky I am to photograph the things I'm passionate about.
My wife and I both work from home in Hartford along with the two cats that clog my Instagram feed. I love traveling and cooking Indian food. I also have a deep love for fast food, but don't tell anyone, okay?
When in Cali, go "animal style"