When I see light illuminating a building or a stairway, sneaking in from the side, articulating the texture of a wall or highlighting a detail, I want to reach out and touch it. By capturing the movement of light and making it tangible, I seek to preserve the instant of visual delight.
I am pulled in by the imprint of the human species, the interaction of the buildings around us with nature, and the artistic process – these things attract me. Others may capture the untouched landscape….my eye is drawn to the built environment, expressed in color, pattern, or often, in the defining clarity of black and white.
Born in White Plains, New York, I received a B.S. in Design and Environmental Analysis from Cornell University, and currently reside in Maplewood, New Jersey. I am a Studio Director at an architectural firm in New York, specializing in architectural interiors. My projects have been published in many business and trade magazines, and won numerous awards.
An early interest in photography led me to document my professional work over the years. In 2009, I decided to pursue photography as an art form. My photographic work is digital, except the “Photograms” series, which combine my interest in pattern, texture, materials and the magic of the darkroom.