The Citadel is Everywhere is a collection of about 90 photographs, taken in Romania, India, Turkey, Sweden, Latvia, and elsewhere. The work tells a story about alienation and makes a journey through cities of the world following a person—or a shadow, or a dream, or an idea—which becomes less and less tangible as it slips from memory.
I am a classical-style film photographer based out of Queens, NY. I shoot while I travel, producing most of my work for a year over the course of a short trip. I have worked in Western Europe, Eastern Europe, The Baltics, The Balkans, India, and Turkey, as well as the US and Canada. In my travels have nearly been eaten by wild dogs in Romania, stowed away on trains on three continents and befriended Dracula's neighbor. I was present in Mumbai during the 2008 November terror attacks.
I work hard and I believe strongly in what I do.