Northeastern raised, Arizona resident.
I am addicted to travel and the open road.
I work fast, discretely and I shoot high volume exploring a wide variety of options while on-location.
I embrace situations that force me to solve problems and think on the fly.
My last name is pronounced, “Lip-chin-ski.”
I’m curious with good instincts; optimistic, but grounded; laid back, yet reliable; modest, but with a fire in my belly; and loyal while keeping some distance.
I possess superb driving abilities.
I picked up photography from my father. He, my older brother and I used to chase and photograph trains all over the United States.
I’m a champion of the underdog.
I learned photography on film, before digital, so I remain committed to the preservation of film photography.
I’m a self-proclaimed coffee snob, unabashed camera geek, plant-based cook, daily walker, workaholic, bee advocate and lover of all dogs.
I co-own and publish a food magazine in Arizona called Bite.
If I wasn’t a photographer I might be a farmer. Or a race car driver. But probably a farmer.