I graduated college in 1997 and spent a number of years seeing the world, with stops in Vermont, the American West, India, Martha’s Vineyard, and Europe. I’ve been a wilderness guide, an autism therapist, a long distance hiker, and a cabinetmaker.
Those experiences taught me that I wasn’t very well cut out for a routine job. And the camera I’d carried on my journeys increasingly beckoned as a way to make a living. In 2003, I went back to school and completed an intense photography program at the Hallmark Institute of Photography. I now work full-time as a photographer.
In 2004, I married my lovely wife, Quinn. We live in Providence RI with our sweet baby boy, Eamon, and our dogs Tiah and Maggie.