As a Boston photographer,
I tell people’s stories truthfully, with curiosity and respect. I lived in North Africa and the Middle East for almost 10 years, photographing culture, politics, and war for global magazines and newspapers. In 2020, I moved to Boston to focus on this dynamic moment in the US.
I also enjoy working with individuals, companies, and other organizations to tell their stories. Most of my commercial photography is around New England, but I have been commissioned for projects worldwide, ranging from expedition photography on Mt. Everest to industrial photography in Egypt.
In my work, I draw on a wide set of skills, including video production, portraiture, and infrared photography. Most recently, I have been using drones to make composite images of New Englands oldest trees.
In American cities, pigeons are rats with wings. But in Cairo, they are an art form.