My photography is largely influenced by the many years I spent as an international tour guide. Years spent guiding groups of tourists helped me understand what people synthesize as different. The nuances that characterize a culture are as important as the subject. Even the minutest detail can tell a story about its environment—like jam in an old mason jar indicates it’s made from a generations-old recipe. In addition to being the photographer for the Culinary Institute of America, I have partnered with several chefs do to cookbooks. I have also contributed to several books on architecture and design. My approach to portraits is to keep my subjects authentic—I’m a good listener.

When not clicking I can be found in New York's Hudson Valley wrestling with my wife, daughter, cat and dog.





Bond 45

Buttercup Bakers

City Limits Magazine

Coach Farm

The Daily News

David Ling Architecture

Edible Hudson Valley

Enriquez-Bocobo Design

Food & Wine

GNE Architecture


Hudson Valley Magazine

The Inn at Celebrity Dairy

International Architecture and Design

InTown Magazine

Kaptein Roodnat Design

Little Apple

Metropolitan Golfer

Mise en Place

The National

The New York Times

Noekler and Hull Architects

Pastry and Baking Magazine


Psychology Today 


Ridgefield Magazine

Scholastic Magazine 

Stanford University

Taste Magazine

Ulster County Tourism

Vogue Living


The Young Chef: Recipes and Techniques for Kids Who Love to Cook, 2016

Professional Bread Baking, 2016

Baking for Special Diets, 2016

Catering: A Guide to Managing a Successful Business Operation, 2015

Low-Slow-Technique-Braising-Roasting, 2014

Eat Fresh Food, Bloomsbury, 2009 

Weekend Retreats, 2009

Graffiti NYC, 2007

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