Jeff has been fostering his love of photography since childhood. It began with his parents’ simple Kodak 110 camera and its wonderful flash cubes! Over the years he enjoyed playing with polaroid cameras, as well as the short-lived Kodak Disk Camera. Eventually, around the time of graduating college, he also graduated up to his first SLR – a used 1970’s Minolta SRT-MCII handed down to him from an Aunt. That body (and a Minolta SRT-101 from the same era) accompanied him on hiking/backpacking trips in the White Mountains of NH for a number of years. After a short stint with a 4MP digital point-and-shoot, I finally took the full plunge into digital with the purchase of a Canon digital SLR. Though he still has the SRT-101, there has really been no looking back.
Through the use of his documentary style and artistic vision, Jeff’s goal is to create unique, moving photographs. He loves brainstorming with clients to determine the best way to achieve their vision and fullfil their photographic needs. Jeff is available for: weddings; engagements; family, child and maternity portraiture; and other events. He is also available for corporate and editorial work, as well as personal photography instruction.
A native Rhode Islander, Jeff now lives and works in the Boston, MA area. He is available for on-site assignment in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Hampshire and Vermont.
Jeff has a passion for photography. He loves creating imagery. He loves documenting life. In a world that seems obsessed with negativity, he chooses to focus his lens on the beauty within all of us and around us. Being behind the camera, capturing that beauty is what makes him most happy. And he would love the opportunity to capture images of your special wedding day, portraits, or event.
In the summer of 2008, Jeff attended the Rocky Mountain School of Photography’s Summer Intensive program in order to pursue photography professionally. Jeff is also a member of the American Press Association, where he focuses on personal projects involving environmental, social and cultural issues.