About Me

Welcome To My Studio!

My Story

My visual career began by studying fashion and commercial photography at college. Instead of continuing in that direction, I jumped in to the film and television industry where I worked for 20 years in various roles. I was lucky enough to work as a digital artist restoring films from the original reels to Blu-ray. I learned a lot about image touch-up and colorization. Some of my work included the theatrical releases of The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Avatar and Transformers: Dark of the Moon, as well as, the Blu-Ray and theatrical re-releases of Disney’s Snow White, Pinnochio, Dumbo, Alice in Wonderland, Fantasia 2000 and Cinderella. Other Blu-Ray projects included Star Wars: Episode 1, Aliens, Rashomon, The Robe, Terminator and True Lies.

In the last decade, I’ve worked as a motorsports photographer and action sports videographer. My clients have included TK Sport Horses, Andy Lee Racing, Bob Bondurant School of High Performance Driving, AEM Performance Electronics, Autosport Image (Porsche, Ferrari, Flying Lizard Motorsports, K-PAX Racing), Reiter Engineering, Andy Pilgrim Racing and more.

Three years ago, I started playing around with food photography. I’ve always been drawn to the beauty of food online and in magazines. Along the way, I partnered with friend and publisher, Nancy George, to create a series of printed and digital publications including Nourish & Flourish. Our publications are now in Barnes and Noble, Sam’s Club, Whole Foods, plus other natural food markets across the U.S., and available digitally via PressReader, Magzter and ISSUU to over 300+ million readers worldwide.

Showcasing Bunches & Bunches’ apron, seen in Nourish & Flourish Vol 3.
Canon 5D Mark IV, 42mm, 1/1000 sec, f/4.5, ISO 2500

Frequently Asked Questions

What equipment do you use?

  • Camera: Canon 5D Mark IV & 5D Mark III
  • Lenses: Canon 24-105mm f/4L IS II USM, 50mm f/1.8 STM, 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM, Sigma 150-600mm f/5-6.3 DG OS HSM Sport
  • 2 – 20″x28″ Continuous Softboxes
  • 2 – 10″ Reflector Floodlights
  • Post-production: Lightroom, Photoshop

How did you learn to photograph food?

During my career, I’ve photographed musicians, actors, fashion, landscapes and motorsports. I’ve always been attracted to photos of beautiful food. So, I started playing around with light and photographing my homemade baked goods. The rest I learned online via other photographers and YouTube.

Can I use photos from your website?

All images on the website were taken by me. Please contact me to discuss use. Feel free to share from my website using the provided social media buttons and/or link to them on your site.

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