I am an avid photographer currently living in a van up in Maine with my wife, Julia. Professionally, I work as an embedded software engineer. As with photography, I enjoy the way engineering design blends technical detail with creativity.
Over the past few years, photography has grown to be one of my biggest passions in life. Several years ago, I decided to start sharing the images I make more widely with others. Thus, this website was born and I started doing some small art shows in Boston, MA. I’ve since lived in Austin, TX where in the strangeness of COVID I actually had the chance to start contributing back to the Boston community via online teaching opportunities with Boston Photography Workshops. Check them out at bostonphotographyworkshops.com
Recently, I have been exploring some new territory in my photography practice including off-camera flash and shooting color film with an old Yashica TLR. Both have been really fun and a little mind-bending to work with. In general I find photography is such a fascinating medium because there’s always something new you can try out and dig into.
About the Photos
The images I share on this site are a sampling of my explorations of photography. I've been at it for about 6 years now and it's fun to look back and see how my pictures have gone through different stages. I've been influenced along the way by the work of William Eggleston, Stephen Shore, Joel Sternfeld, Ansel Adams, Meg Griffiths and Eliot Dudik, Fred Herzog, Enrst Haas, Sally Mann, Joel Meyerowitz, and many others.
The idea I’m most interested with photography is how it provides a sort of visual awakening to the world around you. My general intention is to capture hidden moments of beauty that we come across in our everyday lives. Photography entices me to slow down and look. as there is beauty to be found everywhere. Making these images and sharing them here with you is my way of appreciating that beauty.
So please, have a look around. If you see something you like, reach out to me. I’d love to hear from you!