Work History

Freelance Photographer

10/83 to present

Photographic Instructor

New England School of Photography - 1/85 to 9/05

Boston Architectural Center - 1/94 to 1/96

International Center for Photography, NYC - 7/94 to 9/94

Photographic Assistant

Van-S Studio, Boston, MA - 10/81 to 10/83

Black and White Printer

Stein-Mason Studios, Boston - MA, 1/80 to 10/81

Assistant Photographer

Amherst College, Amherst, MA - 9/78 to 12/79


Nude Workshop-Cole Weston

Maine Photographic Workshop - 8/82

Black and White Printing-George Tice

Maine Photographic Workshop - 8/81

Hampshire College, Amherst, MA

9/72 to 6/73


Boston City Hall, Boston, MA

“Faces of Boston” - 4/07

Salve Regina College, Newport, RI

“Two Photographers” - 10/01

Danforth Museum of Art, Framingham, MA

“Photographers 01” - 4/01 to 6/01

"New England Photographers" -
   4/94 (Purchase Award)
   4/92 (Purchase Award)

Gallery Bershad, Somerville, MA

"Naked and Nude" - 10/00

Howard Yerzerski Gallery, Boston, MA

"Boston Summer 1999" - 7/99

Boston Public Library, Boston, MA

"Boston Photographers Project" - 2/99

New England School of Photography, Boston, MA

"The Naked and the Nude" - 8/98

Solo Show - 10/94

Faculty Show - 10/88

Gallery Naga, Boston, MA

"Four Photographers" - 2/93

Do While Studio, Boston, MA

"From the Storm" - 5/93

Akin Gallery, Boston, MA

"Small Works" - 12/89 and 12/90

Wrenn Gallery, Vineyard Haven, MA

Group Show 6/90

Main Street Gallery, Nantucket, MA

Group show - 6/87

Pucker Gallery, New York City

Group show - 11/86

Dwyer¹s Gallery, Northampton, MA

Solo show - 9/79


"Boston in the Making"

Towery publishers - 1999

"Different Minds, Different Voices"

Paradux and Gossling, publisher - 1996

"Doc", portrait of Harold Edgerton

American Photographer magazine - 9/84


Hitchins Collection, Andover, MA

Boston Athenaeum, Boston, MA

“MBTA” portfolio

Boston Public Library, Boston, MA

"East Boston" portfolio

Danforth Museum, Framingham MA

Oxidized polaroids

Private Collections

To love what I do, to have it remain satisfying and challenging, has been a gift to me. I came to wedding photography twenty years ago as a natural outgrowth of my involvement in photography as an artist. Across the years I have extended my work to include other events, portraiture, and real estate photography. My portfolio reflects this progression as well as my ongoing efforts to combine a highly personal style and imaginative approach with technical proficiency and refined composition.

Selecting the right photographer for you is critical to capturing the essence of an important event or special person or place. Conventional packages typically deliver mediocre results — with price incentives substituting for quality and creativity. And large studios can be impersonal — providing photographers unknown to the client until the actual day of the shooting.

It is my commitment to provide my clients with high-quality photographs that are unique to their personal requirements and style as well as being artistically expressive and beautiful. I also work closely with my clients to create the right atmosphere for capturing the special qualities of friends and family in meaningful images of quality.

What makes my work so gratifying to me is that the imagery I create is of deep emotional significance to my clients. I’m privileged to have the opportunity to enter people’s lives for a brief time and provide lasting memories in photographs with a unique perspective and sensitivity.


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