My passion for photography has drawn me across the globe, from photographing rugby players in my own backyard of Boston, to shooting todays top models sporting gigantic avant-garde hair sculptures, or capturing portraits of the people of Cambodia. I never tire from the wonder of a new place, a new face and a new story.
The story behind the photo or video is really the most important thing to me, and conveying these stories is what I’m driven to do, day after day. I always strive for an authentic feeling, whether it be in the most simple of portraits to the most heavily composited image. Capturing moments and telling stories is what I love, and I am eager for you to let me tell yours.
Although, I have not ever played Rugby I have always admired the sport.
I started this personal Project working with the Boston Rugby Football Club last month,
shooting portraits of the players in a raw, honest post game state. Dirt still caked on their
faces, bloody and bruised. Still pumped and ready to fight, or laughing at the battle they
just endured, I had a chance to see the game for more than 30 guys on the field hitting as
hard as they can, I got to see the individual personalities of the team.
I want to thank Glynn MacKenzie, President of the BRFC for helping us put this
There are many more images to come, check back for a full preview of the project soon.