Featured article on project on butterflies in The Phoblographer. A website that explores the psychology of photographers as they do their work. It also offers reviews, tips, tutorials, and news from a lifestyle point of view. The site explores the photography world and pop culture’s effects on the art form.
Ad campaign for Camera Odysseys international photography workshops.
Photography and music video for acclaimed jazz vocalist Kat Gang who is considered an up-and-coming star among the current, talented wave of contemporary singer/songwriters.
Ecophiles.com is a platform that drives the emerging movement of conscious travel and living into the mainstream with accessible and informative stories.
Part of a experimental portrait series for the back of a new graphic novel. Keith Brown is a multi-talented artist, designer and writer.
World Peace ambassador and spiritual Master Jun Hong Lu to 10 million Chinese worldwide - spoke to spellbound disciples with energy and compassion at Madison Square Garden, NYC.
Images captured for a Black Lives Matter Protest. Union Square, NYC.
Yearly shoot for Marion SalonSpa. Imagery for marketing, advertising and web for Hudson Valley's top salon.
Suzannah "Destiny" Warner won the 106-lb division in the New York Golden Gloves in 2004, defeating Christina Beckles of Gleason’s Gym. Turning pro at age 35 gave her an urgency about her boxing career that many new fighters do not have. “I would love for people to say she went out and did it at the age of 35,” she continued. “The lesson is that you should never give up on your dreams. Not at 20. Not at 30 or 40. Not ever.”
A non-profit program that helps the helpless. Fundraisers are held throughout the year, each one focuses on a single individual in need.
President Obama tapped world-renowned photographer Sandro to organize a team to capture images of Chicago natives and the 'love of sport' as a backdrop during his presentation to the Olympic Committee to host the games in Chicago.

01/29/2008

VIRAL HOPE is an outreach program initiative, which is located at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical College. The organization collects unused antiretroviral medications to support the care of people in Nigeria who are HIV positive.