Sharon began taking pictures upon receiving her first Brownie camera as a child. After graduating from Oberlin College, where she studied film and photography, Sharon moved to New York City to launch her career as an assistant to Deborah Turbeville. There she learned the importance of honoring and expressing one’s unique perspective.

Sharon brings years of experience to photography with projects that have spanned across the fashion and lifestyle spaces. Her sensitive eye often explores ideals of beauty and femininity—from a collaborative project, Unseen Versailles edited by Jacqueline Onassis to her intimate portrayals of pregnancy, newborn, and family life. Whomever her subject, Sharon approaches each shoot as an opportunity to story tell. Her photographs have appeared in Mothermuse, Harper’s Bazaar, Vogue, American Photographer, and the New York Times among others as well as featured spotlights on CNN and ABC Nightline.

When she’s not behind the camera or exploring new places, Sharon can likely be found in Tribeca, where she shares a home and studio with her husband, two dogs, and grown children—when they visit!

  • Harper’s Bazaar / Martha Stewart / Vogue / Interview Magazine / Robert Lee Morris / Deborah Turbeville
  • Amer. Photographer / Brides / Billboard / English Riding Co. / Modern Bride / New York Magazine / New York Times / The Knot / Donald Pliner / Bloomingdale’s / Amica / Atlantic Records / Elegant Bride / American Baby / Avon / Hallmark / Revlon / CBS Records / Cartier’s / Lenox China / Life Magazine / Elizabeth Arden / Cutex / DeBeer’s Diamonds / GE / Playboy Magazine / Mothermuse