Chris's fascination for photography was initially sparked by his father's Photoshop training courses. Growing up around various copies of The Photoshop Bible made it easy for him to get involved in the growing digital photography world at an early age. A point and shoot camera given to him during a school road trip took that initial spark and fanned it into a life long love for photography.
Initially taking photos of anything and everything around him, Chris was first drawn to photographing people. From 2005 to 2009, Chris refined his portraiture and photography techniques at the Rochester Institute of Technology, setting a foundation for his style that remains today.
After graduation, Chris took a job at PocketWizard, a worldwide leader in the photographic industry. Among his many responsibilities were photographing various products for user manuals, documentation, and website banners and product pages. Adapting his portraiture and studio lighting from people to products, Chris found himself fascinated with creating perfection on a pixel-by-pixel form.
This new experience with still life photography extended to a fortuitous contact with a motorcycle restoration shop, The Classic Bike Experience, adding vintage motorcycles and exotic cars to both his interests and portfolio.
When he's not in the studio, Chris can be found skiing the slopes of Vermont's various ski resorts, as well as enjoying the odd NHL game for his beloved (and yet often beleaguered) Buffalo Sabres.