Band of Brothers
Drug Addiction in Kabul
The Endangered Geechee

I grew up a photographer's son, but didn't find the love of photography until six months before my father passed. Some may say what a shame, I say what a blessing. He left this place having seen the passion that lived in him, born within me.

Two years later I went on to graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and a Minor in Spanish from the University of Rhode Island. After spending the better part of my career as a staff photographer for the Boston Herald, I returned to my native New York City to pursue opportunities with the Associated Press and to freelance for the New York Times, Getty, The Wall Street Journal and others. I'm now a staff photographer on the Global Enterprise Team at the AP. I've documented assignments ranging from presidential campaigns to Olympic Games, the war in Afghanistan to the struggles of rural America. I've been named Photographer of the Year by the Northern Short Course, Atlanta Photojournalism Seminar and four times by the New York Press Photographer’s Association. My work has also been recognized by World Press Photo and POYi. Over my career with the AP, I've had the great honor of been part of three Pulitzer Prize team entries - the 2023 feature photography finalist nomination documenting the impact of Russia's invasion on the elderly population in Ukraine; the 2021 breaking news photography win for U.S. protests in the wake of George Floyd's killing and the 2010 breaking news photography finalist nomination for coverage of the war in Afghanistan.

My recent work includes projection portraits of veterans from a Massachusetts care facility who died from COVID as well as photo essays and video mini-documentaries on how opioid addiction is skyrocketing rates of incarcerated women and on the disproportionate number of missing and murdered Native American women in the U.S.

When I'm not working, you can find me with my other passion, surfing whenever and wherever possible.