Award winning photojournalist, editor and director of photography with broad experience in online media as well as traditional print publications.
As a photojournalist I have documented events from Super Bowls to Superpower Summits, covering three presidential administrations. In 1990 I was named, Photographer of the Year by the White House News Photographers Association.
As Vice President of Global Photography at AOL, I built and managed a staff of visual content editors based in VA, NY and Bangalore. While at AOL, I oversaw the direction, development and implementation of AOL Visions and Pixcetera.com.
I am currently a Visual Media Consultant and Coordinator of Entrepreneurship at Daemen College.
The photos in this blog were taken and edited on my iPhone. I call them "iphonotos". It is my belief, that the best camera is the one you have with you. Vision is more than seeing its taking the time to feel.
My photojournalist roots are the foundation for creating and sharing. I hope you enjoy them.
I am learning to listen to a favorite saying from my grandmother
"You can waste a lifetime worrying about tomorrow."
Thank God it is Friday. Sitting in the back relaxing, it was a long week. Now I have homework and work work and house work to catch up on. But tonight I am going to just relax, enjoy the fire pit the backyard and my sweethearts company.
For well over three years I have been taking an iPhone photo a day. Today with my new job and then my class after I left campus after 10pm. This is all you get today. Autumn leaves and the parking lot. Hopefully tomorrow is a better day!