He was a yearbook and club photographer throughout high school and college, and was the only staff photographer who successfully negotiated to keep his own negatives, thus beginning a somewhat large archive of physical negatives. Peter believes the film versus digital argument is one between different tools, and fluidly moves between the digital and film worlds depending on what a project needs.
Over the past couple of decades, Peter has honed his craft and vision, improving his eye for capturing light and emotion.
Peter has two degrees in Architecture from Rensselaer (RPI), and an MBA from Carnegie Mellon University's Tepper School of Business where he focused on marketing and entrepreneurship, as well as taking Club Photography.
His photographic experience is broad and deep; he is well experienced with family, business head shots, Real Estate, architectural, and art photography among other areas.
Peter is a member of Canon Professional Services (CPS)
He holds a Pennsylvania Real Estate License which helps when photographing Real Property.
He is also an avid collector of vintage cameras.