I am a Massachusetts-based writer and photographer who specializes in Nature and Travel photography. I enjoy macro photography and many of my images are extreme close-ups of insects, flowers and the often-overlooked elements of the natural world. I've recently travelled to the Philippines and Hawaii’s Island of Kauai. In 2012 I hiked the Kalalau Trail along the beautiful Na Pali coast. While visiting Hong Kong I explored Victoria Harbor, Hong Kong's famed Dragon's Back trail overlooking the island's spectacular coastline. I also visited the island of Palawan in the southern Philippines. My stay in the Philippines was based at Palawan's renowned El Nido Eco-Resort on Miniloc Island.

When not traveling overseas, I enjoy exploring the New England coast and its islands with my wife Grace. I have two sons and live in Sudbury, MA. As a photographer, I am a member of the North American Nature Photography Association (NANPA), Photographic Society of Parker River NWR and PhotoShelter.com. My photographs have been published in the New York Times, Massachusetts Wildlife, and Zoo New England’s.  My photograph "Surviving the 2010 Spring Flood" taken at the historic Old Manse Boathouse in Concord, MA won "Best In Show" in the 2010 Sudbury Valley Trustees Riverfest Photography Contest. It also was awarded "Honorable Mention" in the Scenics category in the first ever Massachusetts Wildlife Magazine Photo Contest in 2010. And, Massachusetts Wildlife’s 2012/13 Winter edition includes two of my photos of a Red-Shouldered Hawk.

For the past two years, I have been working with "camera traps" set up on a Sudbury Valley Trustees (SVT) property in an effort to document resident wildlife. In June 2012 I spent two weeks at OCARC's (Outer Cape Artist In Residence Consortium) Margo-Gelb "dune shack" in the Cape Cod National Seashore photographing wildlife and the unique dunes ecosystem.



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