Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Photo Featured on URB.COM...

So excited to see my friend Mike (DJ Nutritious) featured on URB.com. I feel really blessed to have shot the photograph for this article. URB is a leading independent electronic music and culture publication based in Los Angeles. Check out the interview and photo below when you get a moment!


Sunday, November 28, 2010

Limited Edition $45 Mini-Prints!

I'm offering limited edition mini-prints of my work for the holiday season. The prints are 5"x7" and come beautifully matted and framed in your choice of silver or black frame. Choose any photograph*, they make a great holiday gift!

Price: $45.00- 5 x 7 Image
Matted and Framed (Choice of Silver or Black Frame)
*Available for all photographs except custom sized and panoramics.

Please email me to purchase. Orders placed by Friday Dec 17 at 12pm will arrive by Christmas!

Friday, October 22, 2010

Photography Show - 350 Bleecker St, NYC

I’m excited to announce my next photographic show at 350 Bleecker Street in NYC from November 17th through the last week in December. This six week installation in the heart of Greenwich Village will feature new work from around NYC, Block Island, and some old favorites. An opening reception is scheduled for Friday November 19, 2010 at 7pm. Please mark your calendars!

Show Duration: November 15th through December 27, 2010
Show Hours: Monday to Friday - 4pm to 9pm, Weekends - 10am to 8pm
Opening Reception: Friday, November 19 · 7 pm to 9pm -
Facebook Event Page
Location: 350 Bleecker Street, New York, NY -

Monday, October 18, 2010

NYC Greeting Card Set!

I’ve created a NYC greeting card series that is perfect for holiday greetings, special occasions, and keeping in touch. The 12 card set with envelopes features six of my favorite images from around NYC including the Brooklyn Bridge, Coney Island, Times Square and the NYC skyline. The cards are blank inside, printed on beautiful high quality paper and come attractively boxed. They make a great gift!

Price: $16.99 – Box of 12 Cards with Envelopes
2 Cards of Each Image - Blank Inside
Please click "Add to Cart" on the right to purchase ------ >

Thursday, August 5, 2010

LPTG Blog Appearance

I was recently asked to be a guest contributor on the LensProToGo (LPTG) Blog. The article talks about Fisheye lens use and features Southeast Lighthouse photos from my recent Block Island Trip. I’m thrilled and honored to have this opportunity, many thanks to Paul and the LPTG Team! Please check out the article when you get a moment:


For those unfamiliar, LensProToGo is a great equipment rental company based in Concord, Massachusetts. They often provide gear for my photographic assignments. They ship just about anywhere and consistently provide friendly, affordable, and on-time service.

Friday, July 2, 2010

Block Island Race Week, June 21-25, 2010

I had a blast making new friends and shooting the 2010 Block Island Race Week, hosted by

Congratulations to the competitors, race committee, and Zuse, Inc. for a fun, exciting, and well organized event!

Race photos are arranged by class here.

High resolution / non-watermarked prints are available for any of these images. In general, prices for color corrected, high resolution prints on archival paper (not including shipping or framing) are as follows:

8 x 12 - $20
10 x 15 - $40
12 x 18 - $60
16 x 24 - $80 / $140 Canvas
20 x 30 - $100 / $160 Canvas
24 x 36 - $120 / $180 Canvas

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Thank You!

A HUGE thank you to everyone who stopped by on Sunday and those who sent well wishes. The show went great (Special Thanks to Jen). The space looked outstanding (Thanks chashama). The music was awesome (Thanks DJ Nutritious). And I was blown away to have over 70 people stop by. I'm overwhelmed, thank you!

For those of you who missed the show, just about all the prints from the show are below with new captions and pricing. The captions were fashioned from the didactics at the show and contain links to more information.

Stay tuned for updates and photos from the show!

Thursday, April 8, 2010

NYC Show - Sunday May 2 - 2pm to 8pm - 112 West 44th Street

4/27 Update- It's this Sunday!

The photos have arrived and they look great! If you are in any way on the fence, you will not be disappointed. I’ve chosen 18 photos for the show from my Nautical and Urban Light Landscape collections, and they are huge!!!!! It’s amazing the new things you discover when you enlarge an image. Very cool! So come on out, and feel free to bring friends and family.


I'm extremely excited to announce my very first solo photographic show in NYC! This special event will feature photographs from my international series as well as local work. Music during the show will be provided by internationally recognized DJ, Nutritious.

Highlights include:
-The islands of Vieques, Culebrita, and Cayo Norte, Puerto Rico
-Assorted nautical work from Narragansett Bay, Long Island Sound, and Sandy Hook Bay, NJ.
-Urban Landscapes

The show is free and brought to you in part by chashama. Please help spread the word by suggesting this event to friends, family, and co-workers. All are welcome!

Date: Sunday May 2, 2010 / 2pm to 8pm
Location: chashama gallery / 112 West 44th Street (between 6th and 7th Avenue) / New York, NY 10036

Directions: 2 blocks from Bryant Park (B/D/F/V) / 3 blocks from Times Square (1/2/3/7/N/Q/R/S/W) / Garage Parking and Hotels nearby.

Parking Update – For those of you driving on Sunday, there is a Central Parking garage directly next to the gallery. Click here to print out a discount parking coupon ($17 for 6 hours): http://nyc.centralparking.com/Manhattan-Bank-of-America-Tower-100-West-44th-Street-parking-coupon.html

Stay tuned to this site and Facebook for updates as the show approaches.

View the press release here.

Looking forward to seeing you there!

Founded in 1995, chashama is a great organization that transforms temporarily vacant properties into spaces where art can flourish. By recycling and repurposing buildings in transition, they invest in neighborhoods, foster local artists, and sustain a vast range of creativity and culture. http://www.chashama.org/

Nutritious is a NYC based DJ and host of the extremely successful dance party, The Sullivan Street Shakedown. I'm really excited to have this talented, life long friend with me to help set the mood at my debut show! http://www.djnutritious.com/

Sunday, March 28, 2010

Times Square, NYC 2010

Times Square
8 sec at f / 18

Looking south on Broadway at W46th Street. The gentleman on the right side of the photo stepped in right before the shutter closed, adding a ghostly human element to the photograph. This, in addition to the moving taxis, speaks to the transient nature of Times Square. There are 9 subway lines that run beneath Times Square and approximately 97,617 people will use the Times Square Subway Station today, Sunday May 2. For more info visit: http://mta.info/nyct/facts/ridership/index.htm

Times Square Manhole
4 sec at f/22

A wet sidewalk reflects vivid color from the animated billboards and lights of Times Square above. Times Square was named Longacre Square until 1904 when the NY Times took residence in a newly constructed skyscraper on the corner of 42nd Street and convinced Mayor George McClellan to rename the area. Around the Revolutionary War, the area was surrounded by countryside used for farming and breeding horses. For more info visit: http://bit.ly/2azKX6

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Culebrita, SVI 2010

Cayo Norte, SVI 2010

Malecon (Promenade), Esperanza, Isla de Vieques, Puerto Rico 2010

Malecon (Promenade)
5 sec at f/11

A balmy sunset and Christmas lights frame Esperanza’s Malecon. Esperanza (meaning Hope) is the smaller of two settlements on the island of Vieques, located approximately 8 miles east of the Puerto Rican mainland. Esperanza was once an important part of the island’s sugar industry which declined during the early decades of the twentieth century, and finally collapsed in the 1940s when the US Navy took over much of the island’s land to develop a bombing range. For more info visit: http://bit.ly/dnQHMR

Bahia Salina del Sur, Isla de Vieques, Puerto Rico, 2010

Bahia Salina del Sur
1/250 sec at f/8

Taken from aboard M/V Wanderbird. Bahia Salina del Sur is a remote bay on the east end of Vieques. This beautiful area is beginning to recover from years of live bombing exercises by the US. Navy. The Bahia Salina del Sur is currently part of the Vieques National Wildlife Refuge (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service) and is closed to the public for safety reasons. For more info visit: http://www.fws.gov/

Ensenada Sombe, Vieques 2010

Sunday, January 17, 2010

M/V Wanderbird off the Spanish Virgin Islands, 2010

M/V Wanderbird - Horizon
1/640 sec at f/8

Isla de Culebra (Snake Island) is located approximately 17 miles east of the Puerto Rican mainland. Culebra is an archipelago consisting of the main island and twenty-three smaller islands that lie off its coast. The largest of these cays are: Culebrita and Cayo Norte. Islands in the archipelago are arid, meaning they have no rivers or streams, resulting in very clear surrounding waters due to lack of run-off. Without a local source, all of the fresh water for residents has to travel over 17 miles from the Puerto Rican mainland. For more info visit: http://bit.ly/4EfeNX

M/V Wanderbird- Starboard Rigging
1/320 sec at f/4

M/V Wanderbird was built in 1963 and used as a beam fishing trawler in the harsh conditions of the North Sea for 27 years. She was refit in 2002 by Karen and Rick Miles to carry passengers for expedition cruises to Newfoundland, Labrador, Maine, and the Caribbean. Wanderbird proved to be an excellent platform for capturing the Caribbean photographs featured in this show. For more info visit: http://www.wanderbirdcruises.com/

Length (LOA) - 90 feet / Beam - 21 feet
Draft - 10 feet / Displacement – 112 tons
Built 1963, H. de Hass Shipyard, Maassluis, Holland

Friday, January 15, 2010

Back From The Caribbean!

Photo by Maaike Bernstrom

I just returned from an awesome 8 day photo trip to the Spanish Virgin Islands with internationally recognized nautical photographer Onne van der Wal. We visited Culebra, Culebrita, Cayo Norte, and Vieques on a 90 foot converted Dutch fishing vessel Wanderbird. The weather and scenery were excellent! I had a blast shooting with a great group of photographers while I was down there. Many thanks to Onne and Kristin for putting the trip together and to my new friends Clemens, Mary, Rick, Karen, and Maaike! Stay tuned for photos from the trip.