I am a self-proclaimed Gear Head and automotive junkie by every sense of the word. I grew up in a small New England town where Saturday night dirt track races were a main stay. I found my love for photography at a very young age, watching the Wide World of Sports and reading every magazine I could from Hot Rod, to National Geographic, to Popular Photography, always thinking to myself “well someone has to take those pictures”. My first camera was a 110-pocket instamatic and I took it everywhere. In middle school at the age of 10 I learned how to develop black white film, as a freshman in high school, I was processing color prints. My passion for both cars and photography only grew in High School working on cars with friends, going to races and the purchase of my first 35mm camera system. I joined the military at age 17 to attend the Naval School of Photography and 11 days after graduation my journey as a military photographer began.
Although life sometimes takes us in other directions my passion and love for photography has always been a huge part of my life. I have been extremely fortunate to have traveled all over the world for work, always with a camera at my side.
These days you can find me working on an all original “68” Camaro SS or at the track shooting as a SCCA Photographer.