Born on Long Island, New York, in 1989, there has always been a consistent presence of photography in my life; whether it be passing my father's slide prints that don the wall on my way to bed, or the introductory darkroom class in high school.
I eventually went and got myself a Bachelors Degree in Political Science from St. Joseph's College, until I realized that being a visual conduit was the only way for me to understand that the world is based on varying levels of truth, and so I was hooked. "Eureka", I thought to myself, and continued with my work on to the Photojournalism and Documentary Photography program at the International Center of Photography in New York City.
Upon completion (late 2012) of my time spent at ICP I now regularly string for Newsday as well as freelance for Reuters and will continue working on various long-form visual stories.
Work can be seen in the New York Times, Stern Magazine, Al Jazeera America, Wall Street Journal, VICE, CNN, Huffington Post, Daily Mail, Newsday, and the British Journal of Photography.
When I'm not working, you can find me working.
Have memory cards, will travel.