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Stories

The Wall Street Journal called with an assignment to shoot Poker legend, Phil Hellmuth. At first I wasn’t sure if we’d be able to capture the “true Phil” at a poker table, so it was relieving to learn he was up for our photo session...

There are a lifetime of decisions and choices which led you to the point you’re at now.Lights and doorways opening for reasons at first may have seemed unclear. The energy of Downtown Las Vegas draws me in, like that of Williamsburg in Brooklyn back in the...

Before I take out my camera, I’m always interested in learning more about the person or subject I’m shooting. While I’m shooting, it’s important for me to make conversation, asking questions about what excites them, makes them laugh, places they’ve seen, and where they want...

It isn’t everyday you need to arrange a crack pipe into a composition. For this shoot, I was able to work with my friend and incredibly talented home cook and writer Kim Foster. The story she crafted for this spread was equally heartbreaking and heartwarming....