Recent featured projects, industry tips, and collaborations.
Really love reading Dwell and seeing all the amazing homes they showcase. It was great to see my photos of 56 Willow Street highlight this impressive home.
I’m very honored to have been selected for an amazing coffee table book from Rizzoli called New York Splendor: The City's Most Memorable Rooms.
It’s always fun to shoot commercial spaces that are unique, and Sonic Union’s new Bryan Park office is just that.
There are townhouses, and then there's 1 Sutton Place. The character, history and charm of the this home is amazing, but the backyard is my favorite that I've ever photographed in NYC.
There's nothing better than a great piece of street art, and Forbes recently featured my photos: Graffiti In Its Glory: NYC Real Estate Benefits From Street Art.
A great time-lapse of New York needs two main elements: great weather and a great view.
In case you were wondering why I was on your TV screen it wasn’t anything scandalous.
Not all floors are created equal and the 40th floor of the Woolworth Residences is a prefect example of that. Head on over to Architectural Digest
Often I'm asked to shoot celebrity homes, and sometimes the person that previously owned the home was a famous person.
There are some buildings that have history and others that are simply historic. The Germania Bank Building falls into the later category.
It was a great honor to shoot the lovely home of the legendary design team Lella and Massimo Vignelli.
Every detail was thought out in this 13 foot wide brownstone. It's a tiny gem of a home.
I always like to have fruit in a bowl during my shoots as it helps add color, life and simply looks nice. I'm sharing a quick tip to ensure you get the most out of it.
Telling a story is crucial when shooting new developments with the ultimate goal of selling a luxury home.
From accent pillows to ensuring windows are clean, I share my top 10 tips for a great interior photography shoot.
We teamed up with Joanna Jones of J. Jones Design for this feature in the April issue of New York Cottages & Gardens.
Penthouse shoot designed by Wayne Turett at 210 Lafayette Street highlighting the incredible architectural and lighting design.