Welcome to my website! I am a writer, photographer, educator, and also author of JOURNEYS THROUGH DARKNESS: A BIOGRAPHY telling the story of the AIDS pandemic through the inspiring story of Kurt Weston, an award-winning, legally blind photographer.
As a writer and photographer, I document the LGBTQ and HIV/AIDS communities, and also write about photography and studio lighting. As a photographer, I cover portraits/headshots, editorials, weddings/engagements, and ad campaigns (mostly, but not always, related to LGBTQ or HIV/AIDS). Whenever possible, I capture the environment and Mother Nature at its worst and at its best, aerial photography, as well as visual stories about women rights, human rights in general, and animal rights.
My photography work has been featured in Manhattan and NYC area art shows and galleries, including Postcards from the Edge (Visual AIDS), Fresh Fruit Festival (Leslie-Lohman Museum), SoHo Photo Gallery, LITM, Jersey City Museum at Victory Hall, La Vie Galerie, and others.
A former board member of Professional Women Photographers, I have been a member of Infinity Photographic Society and the Undetectable flash collective in New York City.
Here are a few samples of my portrait and editorial photography work:
Links to more work samples are posted below:
Thanks for stopping by! Please don’t hesitate to contact me. Look forward to hearing from you!