I am a California based photographer focusing on the intersection of photography, technology and popular culture. My ability to communicate complex subjects through the images I create defines my approach to photography.
I first got my start in photography assisting visiting photographers at the International Center of Photography in New York City. Since then, I’ve traveled extensively photographing people, places, and events.
Some of my clients include: NBC Universal, Stanford University, Human Rights Campaign, Access Now, Pentagram Design, and Bonnier Publications.
My work has also been published in National Geographic, Nature, Digital Photo Pro, Street Photography Magazine, Metro Silicon Valley as well as other domestic and international publications.
In 2014, I began the Faces of Open Source portrait project which is an on-going photographic documentation of people who dedicate themselves to the development and advancement of open source technologies. To date I’ve photographed dozens of notable and unsung heroes of the open source revolution.
I’m available for projects worldwide and would love to hear from you. You can contact me here.
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You can order fine art prints of most images on this site by clicking through to the detail page for each photo. Learn more about my fine art prints.
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