I've been an award-winning photojournalist focusing on community journalism north of Boston vicinity including southern New Hampshire, the Merrimack Valley and Cape Ann areas, both in Massachusetts, since 2004.
I have my own photo business, working with area news organizations including part-time for the last five years at the Union Leader, regularly for New Hampshire Public Radio for many years, and New Hampshire Business Review for the last three years, area colleges and universities, businesses, non-profit organizations, families and individuals.
Most recently, until fall 2013, I was photo chief at the Gloucester Daily Times and Cape Ann Magazine, part of the Eagle-Tribune/North of Boston Media Group family of publications. I still do work with them from time to time, as I worked in the company for almost 10 years. I worked in the Philadelphia area in the early 2000s as a freelance photographer working with universities and museums. I worked in upstate New York as a student photo editor at University of Rochester's weekly paper, and staff photographer at daily newspapers throughout the 1990s - from western New York's Rochester, then in Cortland and in the Oneonta/ Cooperstown areas of Central New York and the upper Catskills mountains.
I've been taking photos since I was a child, with serious amateur photographer parents, working in newsrooms of some kind since the age of 12, in darkrooms since before the age of four.
Documentary, Nature, Sports, Weddings, Portrait, Disaster Coverage, Photo Editing, Spot News, Still Photography