I was put together in the back of a second-hand camera store using spare camera and human parts, way back in 1974.  After a bit of calibration, I attended NYU and graduated with a bachelors of Arts in 1993.
Promptly thereafter, I set out to do documentary, 
reportage, and occasional lifestyle and portraiture.  My work's been published with New York Times, Time, Newsweek, as well as Le Monde, and El Pais.  I've also worked with Oxfam, UNHCR, WHO, and UNICEF on projects in Africa and South East Asia.
In a career which has spanned twenty three years; photography is my lifeblood and my passion.  I look forward to continue what I love doing.  

Have camera and passport; will travel.