A few weeks ago I had the chance to photograph Shari and Even Siegel and their son Scottie in the fall colors. This is one of my favorite photos from that outing and one of my favorite Portraits of the year.Read More
Bob Wittig, Executive Director of the Catalog for Philanthropy entertains attendees at the 2018 Together We Give CelebrationRead More
Quechua woman works her claim in the Maras Salt Flats, located high in the Andes, near the Sacred Valley.Read More
It is pretty cool when one of your favorite portraits is of your grandson on his 8th birthday. Photos was taken at our house with natural light.Read More
Last summer my brother’s “kids” threw their parents a surprise 35th wedding anniversary party in Boston. My godson and nephew asked that I take photos of the event. Here is one of my favorites of Anne and Paul. I think it captures the spirit of both of them and of their amazing relationship.
A portrait of Luis, one of our guides, in the Amazon canopy, 135' above the rain forest floor. Luis is a native Quechua, the same tribe from which the Incas ruled.Read More
Headshots as PhilanthropyRead More
Kirkjufellsfoss, the waterfall, and Kirkjufell, the mountain, are located on a peninsula that juts into the Atlantic Ocean a few hours north and west of the capital of Iceland. When we arrived there the sky was overcast and it didn't appear that it was going to cooperate to make this a memorable sunset. But it did. Shortly before this photo was taken, the clouds cleared at the horizon where the sun was setting, and the sun, once it dropped into this space, began to illuminate the clouds above with spectacular colors. This was one of the last shots in Iceland and I think was a good way to end my trip :)Read More