Today is world photography day and “share your adventures of service week” at @kammok.

I can honestly say this IS the most meaningful image I have ever shot in my 20 year career. I just shot this image on my humanitarian trip last February with @watts_of_love.

Not only did this trip change my heart it also gave me a vision of how to use my photography skills to help people in such need.

Regrettably, up until this trip, I had never used my story telling and photography skills to create positive change and help others. Sad and regrettable but, brutally honest.

By providing these families living on Ilin Island without any electricity a clean solar light it changed their health, finances, lives and futures forever. It also changed how I view the world and plan on giving back.

I would love to hear how you are using your skills, time and talents to help create change? (at Ilin Island)

A moment of peace. (at Naper Settlement)

They say the government is slow to change but this airport security sign is kinda silly now. (at Trenton Airport)

Man is drawn to the sea, because it represent both beauty and danger. (at Beach Haven, NJ)

Driver not included. (at Under the hood)

The blues.

Outwit, outlast, outplay. (at 104th Street Beach)

Where fish stories begin and the big one never gets away! (at Loveladies, NJ)

Red skies at night sailors delight. Red skies at morning sailors take warning. (at Barnegat Lighthouse)

“If I say it’s safe to surf, it’s safe to surf.” —Lt. Kilgore (at 113th St. Beach, LBI)

Modern day Huckleberry Finn. Off to find buried treasure. (at 100th Street Beach, LBI)

Forecast 100% chance of gray. (at 100th Street Beach, LBI)

When I asked him if I could take a picture of him taking a picture he said…”with that?!” Insert disapproving tone.

(at Bayview Park)

Just add water. (at Bayview Park)

On duty. (at 104th Street Beach)

No parking.

Committed. (at Atlantic Ocean)

Early breakfast. (at 104th Street Beach)

My newest article at

Series titled: Old School.

If you have never seem a 20×24” Polaroid photo check this out!

Click link above in my profile to view article. Don’t let the picture scare you away from reading it. Enjoy!


His perspective VS my perspective.

Had to get my portrait shot for a huge up coming #JJ project.

I can honestly say I am better behind the camera then in front of it. Thanks @say_cheez for you time and talents.

Birds eye view. (at Millennium Park)


Here is a visual map of my current Instagram follower.

Come on Africa and Antarctica! I need just two few followers to get all seven summits covered.

Can someone hook a guy up from either if these two locations?

Please tag me if you are from Africa or Antarctic and are following me or start following me after this post. LOL.

Fight the power. (at Batavia Bark Park)

Early bird.
Wonderful looking hawk outside my studio today.

I’ve been drivin’ all night,
my hand’s wet on the wheel.
There’s a voice in my head
that drives my heel. (at Highway to no where)

Sidekick. (at City of Sycamore)

The speed and control this kid consistently displayed was truly amazing and scary.

The knife is real, he was as intense as he looks and the blood from the cut on his thumb was red.

Apparently, he didn’t get the memo about not playing with knives. (at naper settlement )

Had a great day directing the interview for the @watts_of_love movie at Tribeca studios.

Nancy (the Co-Founder) did a great job and can’t wait for you guys to see what exciting things are coming for @watts_of_love.

Light=Life. (at Tribeca Flashpoint Media Arts Academy)