Photo Galleries

Photo Galleries

Over the years I’ve had the hardship damn good luck to travel quite a bit for business. During that time I rekindled my love of photography, capturing lights and shadows and manipulating them from some amazing locations around the world.

I grew up in the New York City area, and was a typical jaded New Yorker, until my eyes and soul were opened on a trip to Europe. While I grew up taking pictures, it wasn’t until this point I started to become a photographer. When I stopped capturing snapshots and started capturing moments in time.

Here in these galleries, as well as on my online store, are photos I’ve taken on these trips around the world, from as far north as Oslo, Sweden to as far South as the tip of New Zealand‘s South Island – and too many points in between to mention.

As I rebuild this gallery, I am organizing the images by some of my favorite locations. Click on any of the images below to view the full gallery, and I will be updating the site with new photos over the coming weeks. For other budding photographers I try to include the EXIF data for each image. This data contains the camera settings used – it helped me when I started this journey, and its my way of paying it forward. When possible, I also include a map of the general area the image was taken. If there are specific questions about any image or camera choices I made, leave a comment on the photo or gallery, or if you prefer, contact me.

Currently, I am organizing this space (or at least trying to), starting by locations, but eventually there will be more areas by photography type, style, etc. Thinking about thinking and overthinking … such is my life 😂.

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