The past few years have rekindled my interest in photography and have provided me with the opportunity to shoot Caribbean landscape and high end antiques (catalog work) on a semi-professional level.
My goals here are to expand my subject matter and gain experience in shooting a variety of genres while creating my "style" while networking with other industry professionals and improving my photography skills. Ultimately I'd like to grow my hobby into a profession.
If you'd like to see my works of the Caribbean, come visit me at:
2013 Undisclosed Client - Rental property promotional work - Noord, Aruba
2013 Center Spotlight Performing Arts - Promotional headshots - Catskill, NY
2012 Undisclosed Client - Editorial and print work - Catskill, NY
2011 Catamount Ski Area - Billboard and Brochure work - Hillsdale, NY
2010 Rip Lives Committee - Fund Raiser - Tannersville, NY
2010 Catamount Ski Area - Brochure work - Hillsdale, NY
2010 New York Times - Antique Article
2007 to Present - Auction House - High end antiques for web and print media.
The following were shot for a third party client.
Oct 2010 - Property from the collections of Crane family and of the Late David Enright IV
August 2010 - Property from the estate of Leila Hadley Luce
July 2010 - Property from the residence of LAWRENCE B. SALANDER, Decommissioned property from Shaker Museum and Library, Property from the collection of Paul F. Walter and The Chrysler Museum
May 2010 - Property from the collection of Bill Blass and Property from the estate of Mrs. Roland Livingston Redmond
March 2010 - Property from the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum
Feb 2010 - Property from the estate of Mary Warburg
Jan 2010 - Property from the collection of Patti Cadby Birch
Nov 2009 - Property from the estate Mrs. J.P.Morgan II
Sept 2009 - Property from the estate of Cynthia Phipps and Mrs. Walter Buhl Ford
August 2009 - Property from the Museum of the City of New York
June 2009 - Property from the Art Institute of Chicago and the Collection of Naomi Leff
April 2009 - Property from the collections of Muriel Karasik, the Wanamaker-de Heeren family