I have worked professionally in the field of photography for nearly thirty years, and have gained an extensive knowledge of the medium. Since 1990, I have been working with digital media and alternative processes, exploring the boundaries of this dynamic field. My work has been included in numerous exhibitions, both nationally and worldwide and is included in personal and private collections across the nation.


I have an MFA in Photography and Digital Media from Rutgers University, Mason Gross School of the Arts and an MA in Art and Humanities Education from New York University. In addition, I attended the Southeast Center for Photographic Studies in Daytona, Florida where I earned an Associate's in Science degree in Professional Photography.

For the past 15 years, I have been teaching photography and digital media and working in instructional design. The integration of new technologies into existing and evolving curricula represents one of the fastest growing areas of education and my work reflects a commitment to the advancement of teaching, learning and creativity through these efforts.