Hi. I'm Jeff. I have been working behind cameras for the past 20 plus years. All sorts of cameras. I started my career as a production assistant, working in Boston, NYC, Philadelphia, and Los Angelas. I worked my way up to a First Assistant Director for a guy named Bill Weems, who passed away on 9/11. During this time, I worked on movies (Anna and the King, The Matchmaker, and The Boondock Saints), television commercials (Marshall's Department Stores, TJ Max, CVS, and many more), and music videos (Letters to Cleo and The MIghty Mighty Bosstones). Some highlights from those days included standing on the pitcher's mound at Fenway Park, working with the Count from Sesame Street, meeting Marion Ross, who played Mrs. C from Happy Days, and having James Earl Jones say "May the force be with you" to me in an elevator. And then, I decided to change career directions and become a photographer. I started this part of my career, at Stratton Ski Resort, in Vermont. I stood on the side, or top, of the mountain photographing portraits of ski families. It was a cold job. Through training and experience I have been able to photograph products for catalog companies like LL Bean, The Orvis Company, Wintersilks Vermont Country Store, among others. I still photograph portraits, and event whenever they present themselves. I feel blessed that I have been able to spend my career making images. It has been quite the ride. I have met so many amazing people. I would love to meet you. Forgive me for any words that aren't spelled correctly.