Hello! I am an architectural photographer based in New York with nearly ten years of experience shooting architecture and interiors.  Studying both architecture and photography I have the knowledge of understanding what is important to the architect and designer.  I am involved with the Architecture League of New York, the Center for Architecture and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.  I have had the privilege working with not only the most acclaimed architecture firms, but with some of the most talented designers as well.  When I am not photographing, I enjoy fishing, skiing, and cooking.

Select list of clients:

  • Andreea Avram Rusu
  • Angela Grande
  • Artisans and Company
  • Brinton Brosius Contractors and Construction Managers
  • Devere Architecture
  • Drexel University
  • Erdy McHenry Architecture
  • Friday Architects / Planners

  • Gensler
  • Infinity Windows
  • Jenkins & Grey
  • JIDK
  • Jonathan Ringel
  • La Senza (Limited Brands)
  • Lasvit
  • Levin | Silbert
  • Michael McCaffery

  • Miller & Wright Architects
  • Nelson
  • Nicolas Baratto Architect
  • Niedermaier
  • Robert Jenny Design
  • University of Pennsylvania
  • Urban Development Partners
  • Victoria’s Secret
  • VOA

I prefer to photograph the proper old way.  Using lights is just as important as staging correctly.  Lighting creates texture, balance, and a tad of drama.  Staging properly eliminates the need for Photoshop in post production to correct any errors that were ignored in camera.  Photoshop is only used to enhance the image, not correct obvious mistakes.  A 17″ Macbook Pro is used on each shoot to have a large Polaroid available for clients.