I began with underwater film photography in 1994. I wanted to record my dives through images and capture the colorful reefs, ecosystems  and  marine life. Trial and error, lots of film, many books and over 300 hours of logged bottom time helped me with this endeavor. At that time I was shooting with a Sea and Sea MMII with YS 50 strobe.

In 2001 I began to dabble in photography above sea level and have been shooting ever since.  The challenge for me besides the technical aspects of photography and lighting, is being able to capture a single frame in  1/250  of a second and successfully convey a story, feeling or emotion to the viewer. Only when this is accomplished, is the image considered successful.

Publication credits include:

Digital Photo Pro Magazine,

McAllister Towing’s “At the Helm” Volume 9,

Duggal Visual Soloutions,

National Geographic Stock,


Boating Times Long Island,

Light and Composition Magazine,

News 12, Long Island

Listed is equipment that I use.

Nikon D7500 and D300 with SB600 and SB700 speedlights .
Nikon 60 mm macro f2.8
Sigma 10-20mm f 5.6
Sigma 70-200mm f2.8
Sigma 100-600mm f5.6
Nikon 50mm f1.8

Sigma 17-50mm f2.8
Tamron 28-300mm f3.5
Manfrotto 725B Tripod