Growing up with a strong interest in the arts and literature, I was always intrigued with imagemaking. Photography seduced me away from painting some 20 odd years ago. I think it was the gadgets... photographers get lots of gadgets.

I was largely self-taught for the first three years until I got a job carrying cases for some of the most talented architectural photographers in the business. I assisted for about three years before getting behind the camera myself and have been shooting buildings, interiors and furniture for the better part of the last twelve years.

I find this work extremely satisfying in that approaching architecture allows me to make images that are more refined, focused and thoughtful than I think any other subject matter would allow. When I tell people that I make 4 or maybe 5 pictures in a day, they think that we shoot dozens and have 4 or 5 keepers. Then I tell them that we actually shoot 4 or 5 and they’re all keepers and the reaction always reflects the same amazement... I love that.

Over the years I have given lectures to classes from universities such as The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Southern Illinois University, University of Wisconsin and Roosevelt University. I am always happy to take the time and enjoy speaking with students of architecture and photography alike.

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Client List

Architect Magazine
Architectural Digest
Azure Magazine
Brininstool + Lynch
David Woodhouse Architects
Eckenhoff Saunders
Environments Group
Farr Associates
Gary Lee Partners
Geiger International
Gettys Group
Goettsch Partners
Harding Partners
Harley Ellis Devereaux
Heather Wells Design
Herman Miller

IA Design
Interior Design Magazine
John Wiltgen Design
Kimball Office
Liska & Associates
Perkins + Will
Perkins Eastman
Powell + Kleinschmidt
Skidmore Owings & Merrill
Tigerman McCurry
Touhy Furniture
Urban Works
Vanderbyl Design
Wheeler Kearns