With an architect for a father and a photographer for a mother, my career in architectural photography was all but inevitable. While visiting job sites with my father at an early age, I carried a Pentax Spotmatic and snapped pictures. Seeing countless buildings come to life in front of me has given me a unique ability to capture the true vision of the architect in my phototgraphy.
Architectural photographers spend their lives photographing static objects, a pursuit that makes it easy to fall into a formulaic approach, defined by the traditional rules of composition and lighting. I challenge myself to question those rules on every assignment, and breaking them has led me to develop a style that one of my clients described as Architectural Portraiture.
I have been profiled in publications including Vanity Fair, Forbes, and Ralph Lauren Magazine, and my photography has appeared in Architectural Digest, Town & Country, Robb Report, Vogue, Plum Hamptons, London Times, Paper City, Riviera, Angeleno, Men's Journal, People, Los Angeles Confidential, and many others. A full press list is available on request