Happy Birthday Walter Gropius!

In honor of the birthday of Walter Gropius, I wanted to revisit a great project I photographed for New England Home Magazine and pay tribute to one of the worlds most famous architects and founder of the Bauhaus Movement.   Being a fan of innovative architecture and

To Draw or Not to Draw, that is the question.

When I’m photographing interiors, a question that often comes up is, “should we open the shades or keep them closed?” Or variations on this theme. At first, this may seem like an simple question, however, each scenario can have drastically different effects. My general feelings on

Activating Spaces with People

Space activation refers to using people as props in a photograph to simulate active usage within the space. The inclusion of people helps define the functionality of a space by highlighting the intended usage. This becomes an important element in telling a story by showing

Kitchen Photography

Over the years, I’ve had the good fortune of photographing many beautiful kitchens. Kitchens are often the focal point of a home and one of the top rooms people splurge on for remodeling. When shooting kitchens I think it’s important to show a variety of

Behind the Scenes at a Design Firm

Over the last four months I have worked as the in-house photographer for SMMA, a multidisciplinary design firm. It has been an amazing opportunity to collaborate with design professionals of all types including architects, interior designers, landscape architects, civil engineers, project managers and marketing managers.