|I began photography in New York City, just after graduating
from Cornell University with a degree in English Literature.
After living in New York and San Francisco, I moved to Boston
and began a free-lance career, specializing in the photography
of works of art. In 1998, I joined the studio of the Museum of
Fine Arts and in my free time began to concentrate on my
personal photography, a change that happily coincided with
the arrival of high quality digital color printing.
Since then, I have had a few local exhibitions of this work.
I have photographs in the collections of the Smith College Museum of Art,
the Bowdoin College Art Museum, the Addison Gallery of American Art,
the Davis Museum at Wellesley College, and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
I am represented by Gallery Kayafas in Boston and will be showing Flowers of Sorrow there from January 19 through February 21, 2015.