My first camera was a Polaroid that I took with me on our family vacation to St. Bart's in the Caribbean when I was 10. I was quite proud of my photographs. I would show them to anyone who would look at them. My grandmother bought me an album to properly present my Caribbean pictures of sand turtles and my parents.
I was 22 and living in Arizona when I took my first photography class and my life took on new meaning. I won two awards for my self-portrait in Arizona and moved to Boston to study documentary photography at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts.
I graduated in 2004 and moved to NYC where I immediately started photographing people in every aspect of the city. I photographed weddings, boxing events, celebrities, models, family portraits, kids, night clubs, head shots, politicians -- everyone. Between the stunning architecture and fascinating people, the city has been a thrill to photograph. New York has made me a documentary photographer, a wedding photographer, a portrait photographer, an event photographer, a therapist, a director and a friend to everyone who steps in front of my lens. Now with my own wedding photography behind me, and my two growing children, I appreciate timeless pictures, family portraits and albums more than ever.