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Heath’s passion is helping brands express their message through captivating imagery. From brainstorming to R&D, full production to final image, Heath's vision is always in-­tune with future trends and in-line with brand identity. He stays true to a personal style and taste that has been honed under the tutelage of Anthony Mascolo, founder and international creative director of Toni & Guy and TIGI.

At the age of 24, Heath held his first position as a Creative Director at Toni & Guy, the youngest in the history of the company. From that point it's been a fast-tracked education in beauty and fashion branding. His photography has been featured in more than 50 publications and countless fashion magazines. 

After nearly two decades, Heath stepped down from his position as US Creative Director to pursue the freelance lifestyle. In that time his client list has grown. With ongoing projects with L’Oreal Professional to previous projects with mega-brands like Bud Light, Heath consistently thrives on building brand identity though his powerful imagery. He's also worked closely with various fashion brands over the years including The Elder Statesman, Haus Alkire, Timo Weiland, Nicholas K, Gorjana, Jivomir Domoustchiev and Valentine NYC photographing their collections for lookbooks, editorials and international campaigns.

Another passion of Heath's is music. He can frequently be found producing, directing and shooting some of your favorite music videos. London, New York and LA have provided the backdrop for much of his beautiful moving imagery with the sounds of artists including The Milk, King Fantastic, Sami, LL Cool J, and Z Trip.

Heath currently lives in the West Village where he's always finding new inspiration.

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If we opened up your San Francisco Camera Pack today, what essential equipment would we find inside?

Depending on Studio or Location - 1DX, 50MM, 85MM 70-200MM // Location I would throw in 24-70MM, light meter, CF cards/reader, soft touch wipe.

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Who or what has been the biggest influence on your shooting style?

    Heidi Slimane, David Sims, Craig McDean, Paolo Roversi, Peter Lindbergh, Mark Oblow, Steve McCurry

If you could spend the day with any photographer, who would you choose?

    Heidi Slimane as he is creative force in all aspects of creating an image, not just a photographer.
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