Misty Melody | Tuscany

Misty Melody || Tuscany Italy

While I’ll never be sure whether it’s possible for a photographer to capture the heart of a location, with the extent of my travels over the last few years, I’ve learned that it’s certainly possible for a location to capture the heart of a photographer. Tuscany is one of those locations that has truly captured […]

Eye Of The Storm | Vernazza

Eye of the Storm || Vernazza

New Photo || Eye of the Storm – Vernazza The beautiful little town of Vernazza is one of the many destinations we’ll be visiting on our Italy Photo Tour this May. It’s also one of the 5 villages that makes up the enchanting region of Liguria known as Le Cinque Terre. On this particular evening […]

Italy Photo Tour | May 2014

Roman Radiance || Rome Italy

I’m very excited to announce our next Italy Photo Tour in collaboration with my good friend Ken Kaminesky! Fueled by our love and passion for Italy, we’ve designed this photo tour with the intention of providing everyone with a truly unique and wonderful experience. Though the emphasis is on photography, it’s also a cultural journey, […]

Serenity | Manarola, Cinque Terre – Italy

Serenity || Manarola Italy

I know that I’ve released quite a few different photos of Manarola over the years but I just can’t help myself. This enchanting little village seems to speak to my soul each and every time I think of it. Le Cinque Terre is pure magic and whenever I edit a photo I feel like I’ve […]

Memories Of The Sea | Manarola

Memories Of The Sea || Manarola Italy

Ever since my first visit to the beautiful little town of Manarola, I knew that it was one of the most extraordinary places to photograph in the world. Even more astonishing, is that it’s just one of five towns that make up the famous region of Italy known as Le Cinque Terre, each of which […]

Castle In The Sky | Bagnoregio

Castle In The Sky - Bagnoregio Italy

Civita di Bagnoregio is a small medieval town in central Italy that was nearly untouched by the Renaissance. Civita has also been nicknamed “the dying city” because it suffers constant erosion to the volcanic rock that supports it. Every once and awhile, a piece of the old city breaks off and tumbles down into the […]