I’m a photographer based in Eagle, Colorado who specializes in photographing architecture. Ironically I also love being outdoors as much as possible.
I grew up in McLean, Virginia: a town that was once the countryside getaway for the Kennedy’s, now famous for being the home of the CIA. Here I was lucky enough to meet a number of incredible teachers who opened my eyes to the world of art and design; and showed me the power of images in modern society.
After studying mass media communications and studio art from the University of Pittsburgh, I interned in The White House photo office under acclaimed presidential photographer Pete Souza. This experience would alter the path of my life in more ways than I could ever imagine. I left the halls of power in Washington with a need for something different. My dream of becoming a photojournalist had been replaced by a spiritual quest for beauty and truth. Naturally, I had to get as far away from DC as possible.
I moved to the Vail Valley in 2013 and found myself welcomed by the mountains and embraced by the loving community of inspiring individuals that lives among them. One thing led to another and before long I was exploring the back bowls by day, and photographing magnificent mountain homes in the village once the lifts stopped spinning. Like snowboarding, architectural photography is the perfect blend of technical challenge, and creative flow.
When I’m not behind the lens, you can find me riding Eagle’s mountain bike trails, or getting lost in the Colorado backcountry in search of some awe inspiring natural beauty.
Make A Wish Foundation
Venture General Contracting
U.S. Dept. of the Treasury
The White House