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Bright Concrete
Vintage Camera


Photography is in my blood, my father was a photographer. He would sit me on the counter in the darkroom and I would watch him work for hours. As a teenager, he gave me basic photography lessons at the dinning room table.

At the age 19 I bought my first camera, a Pentax SP 500. I began working freelance jobs that were commissioned from friends and family.

A few years later I put down the still camera and picked up a video camera and started to shoot news for a local TV station. Some of my assignments have taken me to many parts of the world. I covered the 1988 San Francisco earthquake, the collapse of the Twin Towers on September 11, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba prison camp. I was also one of the first photojournalists to shoot live footage in the courtrooms of Rhode Island. I photographed the Claus Von Bulow trial in Newport, Rhode Island.

My photographs have shown in galleries in Rhode Island and across New England and on the west coast.


I decided to get back into still photography. I attended RISD and graduated in the Digital Photography Certificate Program.

Awards & Nominations:

Over the years I’ve been nominated and won many awards, including an AP Photographer of the Year and an Emmy.

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