I'm a photographer and curator.
Available for select commercial and editorial photography clients. See below for partial client list.
The Observers (co-founder and editor) -- A curious community dedicated to photography and books.
I curate a feed of articles about art, nature, and technology for a growing audience of 135K+ readers.
Say hi: email@example.com
PARTIAL CLIENT LIST
Travel + Leisure
National Geographic Traveller UK
Wildsam Travel Guides
Girls Who Code
Hong Kong Tourism Board
The Line Hotel, Los Angeles
The Invisible Dog, Brooklyn
2017 - What We Think We Know About Love (Parabo Press)
2018 - Streets of New York (Mendo Press)
Instagram, suggested user
Pocket, suggested user
Adobe Sponsored Creative
Exposure, suggested user
Birchbox Man (On Beard Care)
Hardy Amies (On Men's Fashion)
Q: Do you shoot executive and staff portraits for companies as well?
A: Absolutely, one of my favorite ways to help companies tell their story. Read my thoughts on staff portraits done right.
Q: You mention a background in business?
A: MBA, '03 Maastricht University + Kelley School of Business (IU). I've worked for both startups and global companies in strategy, marketing and business development. I love making strategy and marketing part of my work as a photographer/writer when working with clients.
Q: Any tips on breaking into a creative field?
A: Yes! Here's a medium post about it, and here is a list of recommended reading.
Q: Have you read anything good lately?
A: Yes! Find me on Pocket where 125k+ people follow along with my recommendations.
Q: Do you do pro-bono work with Non-Profits?
A: Yes! Any time my schedule allows. Write me. Here is an example of a project.
Q: Where do you work?
A: I split my time between NYC and SF. I am part of the amazing co-working space Friends Work Here in Brooklyn and in SF you can find me at various offices. The rest of the time I am in coffee shops somewhere in the world. I wrote about the benefits of the latter in Fast Company.
Friends Work Here
47 Bergen Street 3FL
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Q: Why are you never home?
A: My project One of Many is an ongoing exploration of diverse creative communities outside of NYC and SF. I've captured 600+ creatives in twelve cities, with more to come.