I cherish time spent outside and my passion for photography competes with my love for skiing, biking, hiking, and other sports.
I’m a bit of a weather nerd and I'm fascinated by astronomy, so I love to photograph the sky and celestial objects.
My goal as a photographer is to continually see the world in new ways and savor special moments for myself and others to experience.
I'm drawn to photography because it offers a powerful means for expressing myself and the chance to feel the joy, love, and flow of creating art. It's also a fun, challenging, and never-ending journey!
My perspective on photography has also been shaped by my experience as a journalist, which began on the text and print side of the industry. As a reporter at the Napa Valley Register, Tucson Citizen, and Arizona Daily Star, I had the good fortune to work with and learn from many fantastic photojournalists. Toward the end of my time in the newspaper industry, I started shooting photos to accompany many of my stories.
I’m now the director of The Water Desk, a journalism initiative at the University of Colorado Boulder's Center for Environmental Journalism.
I grew up on Long Island and graduated from Yale with a bachelor’s degree in Ethics, Politics, and Economics. I earned a master’s degree in political science from the University of California at Berkeley. I now live in Denver with my wife, daughter, and dog.
I hope you enjoy the photos and look forward to hearing from you!