I predominantly shoot architecture, interiors, lifestyle, resort, environmental portraits and hospitality. Among my clients are architects, interior designers, hotels, ad agencies, and magazines. The images I create are crafted. They are not stumbled upon or found. While some of my images are created very quickly, many take hours to craft. My goal is to work as efficiently as possible while creating the images that will perfectly satisfy my clients needs and my aesthetic vision. My career started in San Francisco in the mid 90’s. I am grateful to my clients for sending me all over the world to create images for them. I have found myself in a myriad of shooting situations and dilemmas. It has always been a welcome challenge to sort through interesting and difficult scenarios in order to create images. My interest in architecture started in high school. I attended an architecture program at Rhode Island School of Design for high school students. My photography reflects this interest and appreciation. My final assignment in that course was to design a guest house/art gallery to compliment Le Corbusier’s Villa Savoye. I recall continuing the golden ratio from his structure across the grounds to the guest structure where I did my best to honor his free floor plan by using moveable walls for displaying art. I’m thankful for this early introduction to architecture. It has shaped and inspired my approach to photography. I have lived in New York, San Francisco, Boulder and I’m now happy to call Jackson Hole my home.