I love technology – knowing how something works from a technical aspect. I also love the freedom of expression that comes with creating art. The unity of art and technology in digital photography is the sweet spot.
I grew up in western Massachusetts, and I’m so fortunate to call the Pioneer Valley my home today. My fiancée, Lucy, and I live in a rustic cabin overlooking the Connecticut river, with our two sweet dogs, Madden and Mason. I draw inspiration from the wild and natural landscape outside our windows. We often have a visit from the ducks in the morning, as well as a bald eagle who likes to perch on our dock and catch fish for breakfast.
I came upon photography when I was searching for meaning and a means of expression in my life. The technical aspect of photography came naturally to me, but the natural chemistry and emotions I found in my subjects was new. That feeling when you know you’ve captured something priceless – a fleeting moment, preserved. For me, it doesn’t get better than this.
Tell me what it is you plan to do with this one wild and crazy life. – Mary Oliver
I was caught up in the rat race of the corporate world before I started being real with myself, which, by chance, came with seeing others through the lens. I started to prioritize the things that were important to me, photography being high on the list and everything else seemed to bloom alongside this creative pursuit.
I believe that love is what makes a life story worth telling – I am so excited to share yours!