Alex + Jim

I recently spent an awesome afternoon in Bethlehem, PA, shooting an engagement session with my good friend from college, Alex, and her super cool fiancé, Jim. These two have an inspiring, feel-good, best friend kind of love for each other, and, as you'll see, their good vibes are totally contagious. Without further ado... Alex and Jim!


I was so, so happy to spend some time zenning out in Astoria Park with my good friend Christa recently. Christa is a yoga instructor and all-around badass in and around NYC. Her energy, spirit, and general zest for life is inspiring. Seek her out if you're in need of a stretch, and you'll likely snag some feel-good philosophy along the way, too.


I recently had the chance to cover the popular Brooklyn drag show BATHSALTS for an upcoming piece in NO TOFU MAGAZINE. I'm so excited to see some work in print. Thanks to everyone at BATHSALTS for an energetic, full-throttled night at the self-proclaimed "cockroach of Brooklyn drag."

Lexie + Mike

Wow. I had the best time shooting my very first engagement session with Lexie and Mike last week. I am such a huge fan of these two. After Mike told me about the rustic, country wedding they have planned, we settled on an afternoon in the gorgeous West Village. Hope you enjoy these as much as I enjoyed taking them.

Little Red's Well

I had such a good time during this early morning shoot with Little Red's Well, a blog about NYC-related fashion and philosophy. I may be just a little biased... One of the contributors is my wife, Courtney. Regardless, I often find myself reading their posts for a fresh perspective on things, and to maybe learn a thing or two about crop tops along the way. Check them out here

Merry Christmas


Happy Holidays to you and yours. I'm spending my Christmas in Pennsylvania with my wife's family, including our new nephew, Luca.  I learned a few things about Luca while carrying him around the house in an effort to abate those post Christmas blues: He loves mirrors and flashlights. Pianos and ballerina ornaments, on the other hand, are to be avoided at all costs. Sorry, Tchaikovsky.