For over 15 years, I have been a conceptual fine art photographer creating imagery and branding for musicians, businesses and families (photos of which were published in Rolling Stone and many other magazines). I was a Staff Photographer for Minted Corporation in San Francisco and managed a well-established photo and movie location scouting service In Santa Barbara. I coordinated sales with clients like Target and J.J. Abrams. I also worked as a fine art printer for Tom Kelley, restoring his father’s 8x10 negatives of celebrities from the 40s-60s into digital fine art prints. He's best known for his iconic 1949 nude photographs of Marilyn Monroe featured in the inaugural issue of Playboy magazine in 1953.
Photography is a career that bleeds into every aspect of my life and makes it fuller and more memorable. For that I am grateful.
BA - Dual Concentration in Commercial and Industrial Photography from Brooks Institute in Santa Barbara, CA
Certificate from Hallmark Institute of Photography - MA