Whether behind a camera or a pen, I seek the soul of my subject. To convey its outstanding beauty or reveal its unknown story is my passion. I've been working with cameras since I've been able to walk off on my own. I love being able to exhibit the amazing people, structures, and happenings that I find along my way. Capturing that perfect moment in just the right light is what fuels my creativity.   

A few more "I" statements? Okay, if you insist...

I grew up in Massachusetts but moved to southern Rhode Island in 2008, currently residing near-lakeside with my wife Abbe, daughter Evelyn, and our border collie Tori. I'm an avid surfer, musician, and practitioner of Brazilian jiu-jitsu. I attribute my ability to work well with others under critical circumstances to the practice of those three activities specifically. I love to document surf. My first magazine article was published in The Surfer's Journal, and I contribute to Eastern Surf Magazine when time permits. I feel blessed to be the first out of three generations of incredible photographers in my family to make a career with my cameras. I've conducted interviews with several Grammy Award winning musicians. I wrote and photographed a piece on a 90-year-old blind boatbuilder named Bob Day, and he was one of the most amazing people I've had the pleasure of knowing. The story was recognized by the New England Regional Press Association for excellence in a profile article, and that made me smile.

Well, enough about me. Tell me your story...                   

 
jonathan@clancycreative.com (401) 965 9003