Hello there… I’m Oliver, and I’m delighted to make your acquaintance. Thanks for stopping by. Anyway, here’s my story.
I started out cutting my photographic teeth professionally in live music bars and clubs throughout New Jersey, NYC, and Philadelphia. From the least known local/underground act to the most widely known pop superstar, I’ve shot ‘em all… in basements, arenas, and everything in between. Having shot countless images of live music performances, I’m ingrained with an uncanny (yes, like the X-Men) sense of lighting, composition, and timing that has proven invaluable in all areas of photography. My photographic style is very natural, with just the right amount of edge. I believe “classic” trumps “trendy” and will respectfully treat your images as such. Digital, 35mm B&W, or medium format film… I can do it all.
As a happily married father of 3 (2 girls and a boy), I can appreciate firsthand the joy and fulfillment of family life. I’d be honored to capture moments of your family. Portraits, birthday parties, weddings, Bar Mitzvahs… you name it, I’ll shoot it.
Artists and bands… if you’re in need of live music or promotional images, then look no further. I rock the camera hardcore.
Need a photographer for a corporate event? Yeah, I’m down! I’ll even tuck in my shirt, match my belt with my shoes, and wear appropriately colored socks.
I also shoot editorial- and commercial-style fashion portraits. Rest assured… I’ll make you look like a bad mamma jamma.
I’m based in Princeton, NJ and can easily travel throughout all of New Jersey, NYC, and Philadelphia (and surrounding suburbs); however, I’m available to travel beyond.
FYI, my work has appeared in publications such as RollingStone.com, SPIN, and Details, among other numerous web sites and blogs. I’ve also been exhibited at the Phillips’ Mill Photographic Exhibition in New Hope, PA and the CMJ30 Group Photo Exhibit in NYC… one of my photos has even been displayed at the Théâtre National de Toulouse in France. Ok, enough bragging already.
Any questions? Please don’t hesitate to contact me. No worries… I’m friendly.
Again, thanks for stopping by!