The Perfect New York City Portrait

The Perfect New York City Portrait

New clients often ask me what my style of photography is and I typically say that I shoot a hybrid of modern and traditional portraits with a nice helping of photojournalism. That statement is true, but it’s not necessarily a style as much as it’s a...
Kip’s Castle Family Portrait Session

Kip’s Castle Family Portrait Session

As you can tell from my portfolio, I hardly ever do family portraits. I just find that my eclectic and slightly warped style doesn’t really lend itself to generic Sears family photos. I couldn’t shoot a traditional family portrait if I tried. However, once...
Winter Portrait Session {Taylor & Eli Teaser}

Winter Portrait Session {Taylor & Eli Teaser}

A quick teaser from this past Saturday’s Winter Portrait session with Taylor and Eli. When we moved into our new home, about a year ago, I noticed some abandoned railroad tracks halfway down the block. The sun was setting and we were running out of ideas for...
Weddings are Meant to be Fun

Weddings are Meant to be Fun

I have the best clients. No, really, I do. Case in point, a few years back I photographed Lucy and Wally at the Landmark Loews Theater in Jersey City. Outside the front doors were these wacky coin-operated rides for kids. The moment I saw them I knew that I had to get...
On Location: The New York Enterprise Report

On Location: The New York Enterprise Report

If there’s one thing I’ve learned over the years, it’s that it never hurts to ask. Case in point: a few weeks back I got an assignment from The New York Enterprise Report to photograph A&M/Octone CEO James Diener for the cover of the March issue....
The Many Faces of Jonathan LeVine

The Many Faces of Jonathan LeVine

I was recently asked who I’ve photographed the most. The person asking was more than likely referring to what band I’ve photographed the most, which isn’t too hard of a question. It’s either Bad Religion, H2O, or the Bouncing Souls. Though I...
A Sad Day in Tikiville

A Sad Day in Tikiville

Anyone that knows Allison and me personally, is well aware of our fascination and love for all things Tiki. We’ve spent the past five years or so traveling the world visiting dozens Tiki bars and collecting related mugs and ephemera. Alas, the large...