In a career spanning roughly 15 years (as a full time professional), Jeff has been published in several magazines, a couple of books and had work exhibited in local galleries and national shows. He regularly shoots promotional imagery for high-end fashion designers—although a good half of his work is portrait-based. His work in that arena is gritty, powerful and evocative. His fine art imagery of the feminine form is sensual and dynamic. His photography is, quite simply, a fresh, classy take on the human spirit.
Jeff himself is an intelligent, down-to-earth, artsy kind of guy. He enjoys music (being an avid player of both piano and guitar) and being a part of the Denver art scene. Active in the arts in many arenas, he’s also a talented graphic designer—though the camera has been his singular love. His obsession with photography began with his grandmother dropping a Brownie camera into his hands at the tender age of 10. As you can tell, he’s hardly stopped capturing images since.