My professional photography life started when I was 14 years old. I sold some motorcycle photos of an Enduro race to New England Trail Rider Magazine. They paid me $7 per photo and I received a check for $48. In 1974 that was a fortune.
My primary interest for the next thirty years or so was sports photography. In 2003 I left the corporate world to officially launch my sports photography business.
For the next 11 years I spent the season shoting for as many as 25 colleges, The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, and more than a dozen NCAA National Title Tournaments.
I closed my sports photography business after the 2013 season. Now I focus on travel photography and local event and commercial work.
I live in Longmeadow, MA with my wife of 28 years, Mary and our two daughters, Christine and Liz. We also have a third child; a German Shepard named Bella.