I am a Bi-Coastal NYC/LA photographer with an ardent love for natural light. My passion is for people and culture, traveler to 15 countries, most recently to Turkey.
Thank you for all the support!
"Don't touch money. That's the worst thing you can do. They don't own me, you see. That's the important thing - never to be owned. Keep free. Money is the cheapest thing. Liberty and Freedom is the most expensive."
-Bill Cunningham, Legendary Photographer, NYT
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5 Oct 2014 — 1180 views
***[Nominated for Story of the Week for Two Consecutive Weeks! October 6th by Lynn E. Harvey & October 20th by Andrew Dutton-THANK YOU!!!]***
21 Jun 2014 — 1430 views
Firing off Pacific,
***[SELECTED as 'Story of the Week' June 29, 2014 - Nominated by Eric Ianuzi - THANK YOU!]***
20 Jun 2014 — 1177 views
Taking suspension on life, only to find that someone else beat you to it!
***[Nominated for 'Story of the Week' by Andrew Dutton-THANK YOU!]***
13 Jan 2014 — 1066 views
They're Deadly. Yes sometimes, silence is the deadliest of all.
***[Nominated for the 'Story of the Week' by Andrew Dutton - THANK YOU!]***
12 Oct 2013 — 1224 views
It can be quite daunting, waiting for the bus...
***[SELECTED as 'Story of the Week' on October 13, 2013 - Nominated by Lynn E. Harvey]***
24 Sep 2013 — 899 views
Located in Downtown Los Angeles, CA USA
***[Nominated for 'Story of the Week' by James Wiley - Week of September 25, 2013]***
5 Sep 2013 — 1238 views
Daylight at Urban Light
***[Nominated for Story of the Week by James Wiley, Week of September 5th - THANK YOU!]***
2 Feb 2013 — 976 views
If you got the answer you wanted, would you ask?
***[Nominated for Story of the Week by Susan B. Griffith -- THANK YOU!]***
2 Nov 2012 — 1890 views
Fatih is known for the traditionally dressed women with headscarves and long gowns. But what about the men?
31 Oct 2012 — 1398 views
Sometimes one needs to look down and study the path that one walks through, so not to miss any details that can cause wonders!
6 Oct 2012 — 1244 views
Abstract perspective on familiar food source.
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