I’m a photographer, visual artist and writer, focused primarily on street life, folk traditions, outsider expression, and the power and fragility of the natural world.
Both percussionists and primatologists quicken my pulse. A graduate of The Cooper Union in New York, I’ve crewed at design firms, publishers, and newspapers. To pursue my passions, I’ve made and paid my own way, camera in hand. My stories and images have appeared in Frommer’s Travel, Africa Geographic, Pop Photo, Travel Weekly, Los Angeles Times, South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Baltimore Sun, Institutional Investor, GoNomad, The Bark, and Berkshire Hathaway Travel.
Ferry Folly, my 1930’s bungalow, serves as workshop, repository of art and ephemera gleaned from travels, and as sanctuary to diverse creatures, both tame and feral.
Pictured: Ericka with Honeybun the pangolin at Rare Endangered Species Trust, Namibia (photo Scott Hurd), exploring Coney Island, Ferry Folly.