I have always been a visual person. My first memory is of shapes and light from my crib. I was 11 when I got my first camera. I’ve been enamored by photographic magic ever since. In the early 80’s I went to The New England School of Photography. It was there that I came to learn how my dyslexic mind is actually an asset. I see light and space differently.
I’ve been capturing and bending light for over 35 years now. Working with other creatives is always gratifying and collaborating with Prince on two of his album covers was definitely a brilliant spot. Seeing three of my images, each 70 feet tall in Times Square was also pretty damn awesome. Winning awards and working with people at the top of their game is so rewarding, but the real magic happens when the image is captured. It is the moment of connection you can feel. Storytelling one image at a time is my happy place.
My other happy place is my family. They keep me on point and filled up. My wife Hope is also my business partner and the producer at Armour Photography. She and I manage to work together every day and stay in love. Together we have raised up this business and two amazing and brilliant young men. I’m immensely proud to be a part of it all.