I spend most of my days walking around Boston with a camera, looking for photo opportunities. Sometimes I travel and do the same thing in other locales. I don't have a lot of fancy kit; most of the photos you'll see here were shot on a Nikon D3400 or a Sony a6000.
I think I'm most influenced by Eugene Atget, Walker Evans, Berenice Abbott, Helen Levitt, Robert Frank, and Garry Winogrand.
Prints and other products are available for purchase on this site, if you spot a photo that you really like and want to, say, mount it on a wall or stick it on a fridge. Commercial licensing is not available through this site because there are many unreleased photos of people and property here, and (for now) products and pricing must be uniform throughout the website--so I can't sell commercial licenses for only those photos that don't need a release. You can purchase downloads for personal use, and if you'd like to look into commercial licensing, contact me to talk about specific photos.
If you've looked through some of my galleries, you may have noticed that I generally don't shoot portraits or events. I also don't have, and don't presently want, a studio. But if you like the photos on this site and think you might like to commission similar photos of objects, interiors, animals, or other subjects, feel free to get in touch. You can send me a message through the contact form.
Before I took up photography, I was an academic philosopher. I taught moral and political philosophy at the University of Colorado, Marquette University, and the University of Utah. I also wrote about a dozen papers and reviews, which have been published in The Philosophical Quarterly, the Journal of Social Philosophy, Hypatia, and other scholarly journals and edited books.
Check out my first photo book, Walking City: Boston Street Photographs, released in 2019.