Click to view galleries above. For a full portfolio of recent work, visit my FlickrPro account. My aspiration is simply to continue to grow, from street photography and urban decay to long exposure night work. At the moment, I’m updating a few of my collections with some new portfolio work.
Interested in a project, photowalk, or collaboration? Don’t hesitate to hit me up, I'm based out of New York and make frequent trips to Boston — I’d love to connect! I’m looking to grow my portraiture portfolio and will be shooting actors, professional headshots, and just-for-funners at affordable prices.
January 2014: Major urban day/night time-lapse project, begun. This one’s gonna take a while.
September 2013: I’ve booked my first solo wedding! It will be a traditional Hindu ceremony – always love trying something new.
April 2013: Eight shots from my night photography have been submitted into a highly prestigious competition hosted by Google to find the best amateur photographer in ten distinct categories.
December 2011: I won a Canon 5D Mark II from Scott Bourne (@scottbourne) and Adorama in a contest with over 60,000 entries. While a full frame camera body valued at over $2,300 wasn’t ever on my shopping list, I’m certainly not complaining!
December 2011: “The Unbuttoned Brit,” a photo essay I compiled while in London was selected by Boston University International Programs to be featured in offices both in London and Boston. There are also plans in the works to hopefully have some of these images incorporated into future publications for BU Study Abroad and British Programmes. The essay focused on black and white street portraits of Metropolitan Police, street performers, regular citizens, and workers from the infamous London marketplaces. Many of these shots can be found in the galleries above.
November 2011: Some of my work documenting Occupy movements from around Europe was profiled in London’s The Guardian. This shot, featured in their online edition of the story, show’s an Occupy Amsterdam librarian guarding her texts. During my travels, I personally found the smaller, more intimate movements (Amsterdam, Dublin, later on in London) to be fascinating. Still protesting, it was great to see how self-sustaining cities had formed with such dynamic cultures and characters.