My journey as a photographer began with the gift of a Polaroid camera at age seven. During a family road trip that year, I was mesmerized by the iconic and majestic landscapes of the American Southwest. Later, while stationed in the military in Europe, my love of travel photography was ignited. I spent countless weekends wandering down cobblestone paths and photographing castles in southern England, and capturing the enchantment of Paris at night. After returning to the States I continued my development as a self-taught photographer, which began with Polaroid and then evolved to film and then to digital photography, which I have embraced for the last decade. I have traveled to over 15 countries, and I specialize in fine art and stock photography and videography. I have been published in USA Today, Forbes, and Lonely Planet, among others. I hope you enjoy these photos of my favorite landscapes and travel destinations. Drop me a line if you have any questions about purchasing works from my portfolio.


"The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera." — Dorothea Lange