About Nick


A decade ago I'd have no idea that one day I'd make a living with a camera. Back then my obsessions were politics and journalism, the subjects I studied in college.

But it was after a vacation to Scandinavia in 2006 that I realized photography was fun. By day I plugged away on the news desk at Fox CT covering breaking news, and at night cut my teeth photographing the basement punk shows in Hartford and New Haven. A tax return later, I bought my first Nikon SLR.

In late 2009 I started as a web producer at the Hartford Courant and began picking up photography clients. After a few years I moved into writing about food and music for the Courant, getting the awesome chance to photograph both as well. 2012 was the year I started as a full time freelance photographer.

A little dramatic

Fast food and cat posters is how I greet my at the airport.

Fast food and cat posters is how I greet my at the airport.

The internet can thank my sister for digging this one up...


Photography has taken me all over the northeast, with clients from Brooklyn to Albany to New Hampshire. Every day is a reminder of just how unbelievably lucky I am to photograph the things I'm passionate about.

My wife and I both work from home in Hartford along with the two cats that clog my Instagram feed. I love traveling and cooking Indian food. I also have a deep love for fast food, but don't tell anyone, okay?

When in Cali, go "animal style"