I took my first photography class in my sophomore year of high school. My teacher and mentor, Bill Islinger, once told me: “Make something good happen. It’s not luck, it’s you.” I’ve applied that lesson to every aspect of my photography since that day. I strive to fill my images with subjects and themes that inspire, engage, and capture the imagination of the viewer. My life has been equal parts implausible coincidence, unbelievable joy, absolute sadness, and random happenstance. My work, spanning across two decades, represents a juxtaposition of these equal parts: Still moments in my chaotic, motley life.
My first and true love is film, so I stick with what works. I shoot all images with my Minolta X700, Olympus OM1, and Canon AE-1. My digital work is done with my Nikon D60.
I’m a member of the Chester County Art Association and the Chester County Camera Club.
Outside of my photographic endeavors, I'm a decorated former volunteer firefighter, former host of a highly rated college radio program, and award winning writer/journalist. I reside in Thorndale, PA, with my wife, children, and dog.