For the latest Westchester Magazine Dining Issue I photographed 6 celebrity chefs and their favorite dishes in the studio and on location. Click through to see 21 images of the shoot and how they were featured in the magazine.
... and why am I hungry again? Read More
Last week Domino published a story I photographed about a redesign by Erika Mercurio Design of a 90s beach house in the Hamptons. I didn't photograph the "before" images only the "after" ones. Read More
IAC Apps, a NY tech company, came to me with an interesting challenge to help them communicate their "internal" brand story. They make desktop, browser, and mobile applications for a better internet. Human capital, diversity and community play an essential role in IAC Apps corporate culture. So, instead of photographing executives and employees in front of a solid colored background we decided to photograph everybody within a unique setting inside the companies offices in New York City and Yonkers, NY. Read More
Recently I shot an interior design project by Mara Solow Interior Design, which then was submitted to Westchester Home Magazine for its coveted annual design awards competition. And guess what, Mara won for her spectacular bathroom design of a residence in Armonk, NY. Love when that happens. Read More
For the current 914INC magazine I photographed Andrew McMurray, who received a $2.5 million investment on ABC's Shark Tank Season 6 from Kevin O'Leary (aka Mr. Wonderful) for a 10% stake in his Zipz wine-by-the-glass business. At that point, it was the biggest deal ever on the program. 914INC magazine crowned Andrew McMurray as "Entrepreneur of the Year". Read More
Over the last few weeks I shot a story for Westchester Magazine about HIDDEN HUNGER in Westchester, NY. I photographed at the FoodBank, in a soup kitchen, food pantries, on the streets of forgotten neighborhoods and homes. Over 200 food pantries in our county, with a population of 1 million, provide free groceries for families and individuals, who can't afford to buy food. I photographed the helping hands as well as their "clients" hoping to raise awareness for the issue. Read More
In my portfolio there is unfortunately only room for so many images and editing my work down to 20-30 images is a painful exercise. When I shoot interior design or architectural jobs clients end up with sometimes 50-60 images, for various purposes (web, print, social media, etc.). Those can tell much more about the actual place than just 1 or 2 images in my portfolio. I want to give my clients also a better overview of what the output from a shoot could be. So I am starting to show more images of my interior design / architecture shoots here for now in my blog under the title DESIGN STORIES. Read More