My career led to television. I worked for NBC and I advanced quickly. I became the youngest director at NBC, and I directed Super Bowls and major events. I had a wonderful career, very exciting, a lot of creativity. When I retired, I felt a tremendous void of a creative outlet, so I got back into my photography. I sit on the Commission of Suffolk County film Commission, where one of the other people, an owner of East Hampton TV, invited me to come out to East Hampton and watch their televised productions, which were major events such as Polo matches, and the Hampton Classic which is a horse show.
I started doing photography at these events just for the fun of it because I was already retired. I wasn’t looking for another career, but from 12 years old, photography was my love.