For the past thirty years, Ed has photographed people, places and things for some of the most important corporations in America. He is comfortable with the CEO whose only got ten minutes, the machine operator whose turned metal since high school, and the four year old with less patience than the CEO.
Ed can take a location that resembles the Dark Ages and make it look like tomorrow. He has an eye that can tell the story and hide the flaws. He has shot in a coal mine two miles down, a helicopter 2,000 feet up, on an oil rig far out to sea, and on top of Mt. Whitney. He has shot in 35 countries on five continents. He has learned to work through the barriers of language, culture and politics. He can even drive on the left hand side of the road.
Rare is the person who is excited about standing in front of the camera, but Ed has coaxed the best out of the most reluctant. He is the kind of person you want to represent you to your top executives, your important clients, your board of directors. Educated at the Wharton School of Business, born to an old Philadelphia family, and no part of his body is pierced by jewelry.