Photo: William Howard
I’m passionate about capturing the rhythm and spirit of my clients’ work—the light dancing across the exterior and interior spaces, punctuated by the movement of people going about their daily lives—translating the dynamic three-dimensional space into images that reveal my clients’ design vision and the interplay of form and function.
My studies across various disciplines of the arts with a focus on photography at the Rhode Island School of Design under the tutelage of such renowned photographers as Harry Callahan and Aaron Siskind, along with a family culture steeped in music and science, give me a unique view of architecture and interiors. In many ways I see architecture as a musician might see a musical composition, a manuscript to be interpreted by my eye, my heart, my hands, and my camera brought to visual life in the form of photographic images. Capturing the sculptural elements of form, space, light and detail that enclose the incredibly complex system that lies at its heart.