I couldn’t help myself, while shooting products for Kroll Technologies,LLC, I felt compelled to organize the parts from my smallest photo shoot ever. 

I do not consider myself a wedding photographer; however, when a good friend of mine asked me to shoot his wedding I was honored to capture their special day.

As is wet hoagie, was a show by Alex DaCorte and Borna Sammak. I helped Alex photograph this image for the shows post card. It turned into one of my favorite images I have ever worked on with DaCorte. Alex has such a clairvoyance when it comes to imagery. It is always exciting going into his studio to see what the next project will be.

Earlier last year, I shot Cubacan for New Jersey Monthly. It’s a great Cuban restaurant in Asbury Park, New Jersey right on the local boardwalk. After Super Storm Sandy in 2012, they were able to rebuild quickly so that they could be up and running for the summer season. I was there a few weeks after they completed the repairs and the restaurant was in full swing. Their menu was delicious and it had a great atmosphere to match it.

During the summer, Fader Magazine asked me to shoot the Made in America festival. I had a great time photographing great bands and interesting people despite the scorching heat. You can see more pics on The Fader’s website.

Recently I was afforded the opportunity to photograph the great Spank Rock. He is such a great performer and has such energy on stage. I wanted to show him in a quiet and still environment.   Recently I was afforded the opportunity to photograph the great Spank Rock. He is such a great performer and has such energy on stage. I wanted to show him in a quiet and still environment.  

Recently I was afforded the opportunity to photograph the great Spank Rock. He is such a great performer and has such energy on stage. I wanted to show him in a quiet and still environment.  

If you ever get the chance to go to Hong Kong you need to make your way to the temple st. market in Kawloon. It is an amazing sight to seen. I was able to find a small street vendor selling the best bowl of rice and meat I have ever eaten. 

Shooting the Made in America festival for Fader magazine was the perfect mix of music, fashion and scorching heat. Got some great shots and discovered a ton of new artists for my music collection. 

The Burger Brawl is a yearly event in South Philly to benefit Philadelphia public schools. The event was a cornucopia of great burgers from some of the best restaurants all over the city, cool people, drinks and good times all around. It was a challenge cramming burgers into my face while simultaneously shooting all that was going on around me. A big thanks to Stuart Goldenberg Photography for hiring me to shoot this event for him. 

This is one of the more difficult composite shot I have done in the recent past. The finished image was for an Urban Outfitters look book I worked on with Alex DaCorte. It is one of the interesting things about digital photography in that a simple looking image is anything but simple. In reality it is extremely complex and takes hours to assemble and retouch. It is like working on a puzzle that has no instructions and the only limitation is you creativity and imagination. For this I had to pull out all of my tricks to make it happen. Using two completely different light schemes and 8 individual shots I was able to combine transparent plexiglass, shadows, metal, and hands (that were all overlapping) into one deceptively simple shot.