Originally from Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, Dylan moved to New York City to study acting for film in 2004. He received his front-of-the-camera training at the New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts, graduating in 2006. Through his acting work, he found a great friend in Ron Rinaldi, who reawakened Dylan’s long-time love of photography. As we all know, sometimes pursuing one dream can lead to another, and Dylan began his photography business shortly thereafter. He has been able to use his on-camera training and experience to develop his own unique photographic style. In January of 2014 Dylan relocated to Los Angeles, CA.
He is a guest writer for Fstoppers.com, and in addition to headshots, landscapes and environmental portraits, he also routinely does commercial Hotel, Real Estate and Architectural work for hotels, bars, lounges, and restaurants across the country. Images have been published in; Hospitality Design, AM New York, The Daily News, The New York Times, The Examiner, as well as various other media outlets. Whatever your photographic needs may be, Dylan is committed to always doing the best work he can possibly do, and pushing the limits of his creativity in each shoot.
If you would like more info on Dylan’s tutorial, The Cinematic Headshot, head over to Fstoppers for all the details.
Photo right by Matt Leitholt Photography