So far 2012 is turning out to be a nice year! In January, The National Retail Federation's Big Show at the Javits Center in NYC showcased more than forty banners of my work with its first ever photography exhibit titled "Documenting Retail Design-Showcasing Outstanding New Stores". It was an honor to have my work on display. NRF also chose to showcase my work in their Washington DC headquarters in the form of more than 80 large prints for their walls.

The beginning of March brought Global Shop where I had the opportunity to visit with friends and clients, as well as network with many people in the industry.

In the spring, Fixtures Living, a project I photographed last fall for Fitch Inc won more than ten design awards in the industry.

Since then I've photographed some new grocery concepts including api+'s Super1Foods as well as SuperValu's Megafoods. I also had the opportunity to photograph a High Point NC showroom for Martin Roberts Design and Home Meridian International. This particular site features dramatic elements and colors that give the HMI staff a comfortable place to showcase their six brands.

You can see these projects within the portfolio section of my site.

And personally, I've biked more than 2000 miles so far this year working toward my goal of 3000. That's enough miles to bike from Boston to Los Angeles, and that gives me an idea…