With over four decades of experience, I've been working as an independent assignment photographer based in New York City.
After graduating from the School of Visual Arts, my early social documentary/reportage images crystallized a distinct view of the human experience which continues to inspire my current assignment work today for the editorial, corporate & fine art markets.
In 1983, The Museum of the City of New York acquired five silver gelatin prints from my “Commuting" series for their permanent collection.
Several years later in 1992, the MTA/Arts for Transit awarded a solo exhibition entitled “In Transit” at Grand Central Terminal.
And in late 2001, Metropool Inc. in conjunction with the NY + CT Dept of Transportation, commissioned me to photograph public transit's human culture landscape culminating in a 2-year traveling exhibit among blue chip corporate headquarters entitled “Mobility Matters".
My studio is located in Manhattan's Flatiron District.