I’ve been involved in photography for most of my life. I got my start by helping my professional photographer uncle in the summers when I was 13 years old. I went on to art school and graduated with a BFA in Fine Arts/Photography from Philadelphia College of Art in 1985. For the next five years I went the route of photography assistant until recognizing I loved photography too much to want to make a living from it. I became an exhibition designer and for the past 20 years have worked in world class museums. I mainly shoot color negative film with a large format view camera but my 35mm and now digital street work has and continues to be a timeline of my photographic life.