For most of my career, if you were to ask what kind of work I do I would likely say that I am a commercial photographer. Although, what I do can be much more involved than just simply being a professional that takes pictures for commercial and corporate clients.
It all starts with listening. Sometimes clients want your ideas or interpretations and sometimes they just want their idea made into an image. I believe that I am intuitive enough to know the difference and experienced enough to deliver whichever is needed.
I've had the opportunity and privilege to create images for international, national, regional and local clients in a wide variety of industries over the years. I'd be happy to discuss your upcoming project with you. Stop by the studio or give me a call.
Now here we are in 2018. Today I offer commercial photography and art installation services as well as my own fine art photography.
In my commercial work I specialize in showcasing the details and aesthetics of the products, historical art and artifacts and fine art that I photograph for documentation and reproduction.
10 years ago I volunteered to start and manage The Artists' Space gallery for the National Bottle Museum in Ballston Spa, New York. Since that time I have displayed over 2,500 works of art for over 150 of the regions most well known artists. This has given me a valuable education about art installation and the viewing of Art.
Art installation is not just about finding the center of the wall and checking the level of a piece of art. It's about creating environments that catch your eye when you enter a room and give you something to remember when you leave. It's thinking about how you are surrounded by art when you're reading your favorite book or having a cup of tea. What entertains you and your family, guests or clients in a room?
I can help you find the right layout to create an appealing visual environment unique to your art and display space.