Jeff's work has appeared in the New York Times, on Playbill.com, Broadway World, and Theatremania. Primarily self-taught, Jeff has also studied photography at the International Center for Photography and with renowned photojournalists Mary Ellen Mark, Ed Kashi and Jay Dickman. As a teenager, his first SLR was the Nikon EM, the camera that Peter Sellers said went "Beeyup, Beeyup." Jeff loves the permission that Inspector Clouseau gave him to have fun with photography. A visual storyteller at heart, when he's not out shooting shows or watching them, Jeff can be found in coffee shops banging away at plays and screenplays. He currently lives a telephoto lens away from New York City, western capital of theatre, and melting pot of visually interesting peoples.