Rudy is a photographer from the DC Metro and currently resides in Northern Virginia. Besides many wonderful couples, families, high school seniors and children, he has had the privilege to photograph for magazines and organizations such as Livenation.com, Lagardere Sports & Entertainment, the American Chemical Society-Northern Chapter, State University of New York Chemistry Department, Help-Portrait, and Skate Dance Dream (TM) where he photographed Audrey Case, Ryan Bradley, Sara VonGillern, Wesley Campbell, Kaitlin Hawayek, Jean-Luc Baker, Jessica Miller, Eric Hartley, Kate Finster and Parker Pennington.

In addition, he also collaborates with small and large local businesses and non-profit organizations.

ABOUT ME

     I love Coke Zero, chips too and I will make a trip to SUBWAY just for the cookies. I am a big fan of rotary powered cars and skateboarding. I have been to Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Germany, England, Belgium, Luxembourg, Canada and many more places. Loved the culture, the food and the people. We have a ton of photos from our travels-all on film. I have been shooting (that's shop talk for taking pictures) since 1989 and have shot hundreds if not thousands of rolls of film. I fell in love with photography while being the editor-in-chief for my high school yearbook and re-discovered my passion for photography in the digital era. I have 2 great kids, a big lovable Hershey dog, and two independent cats. I also have the best wife on the planet and I love her more than anything. 

     While living in Germany, I worked for a department of defense instrumentality (hey, that's what they called it) and managed multi-million dollar stores. After a successful career in management, I made the decision to go back to school and somehow managed to graduate with a BS in Biology and Biochemistry (summa cum laude) and then followed up the dual BS degree with a Master of Science degree (summa cum laude). Earned a ton of awards while in college that I am proud of but we keep them in a desk because my walls are covered with more important things: pictures of my family and some of my landscape photos. 

     I only take what I do serious, hardly ever myself. I speak sarcasm fluently and I refuse to clean the cat box. My name is Rudy and I want to tell your story.