I am relatively new to photography and still very much learning about this art form. As the founder of PhiladelphiaDANCE.org and the Dance Journal, photography was initially a means for me to capture and record dance and movement in the Philadelphia region. But it has become so much more. It is the process by which I can explore the people, landscapes, and the world around me. When shooting dance, portraits, landscapes, architecture, travel, animals, and still life, it has become a celebration of the richness of life and our common humanity.
In 2019, my photos were selected to be part of the National Archive for Stonewall @50. STONEWALL@ 50 celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots which took place June 28–30, 1969. The Stonewall Riots marked a pivotal moment in the struggle for queer liberation in the USA.
I was also a finalist in a Juror selection of photos for Philadelphia Reveal and was displayed at Art Gallery in City Hall, Philadelphia
More recently, I have had the privilege of becoming a member of Photographers Without Borders, a community of great visual storytellers and inspiring changemakers, creating important social impact around the world.