Sam on the Great Wall of China

Photographing the Great Wall of China

Sam Ciraulo is a retired architect and professional photographer. Utilizing Nikon cameras and lenses exclusively, Sam works in 35mm digital format, and is able to produce high quality, color and levels corrected digital images in a range of resolutions suitable for trade show displays, prints & wall décor, corporate publications, annual reports, press kits, advertisements, e-books, editorial & magazine publication, and web pages.

SCiraulo Photography is available on a year round basis to undertake architectural, interiors, event, corporate, product, outdoor, travel, sport and adventure photography assignments throughout North America and Europe.

Prior to resuming photography full-time, Sam served as Director of Downstate Design for the New York State Dormitory Authority (DASNY). In this capacity, Sam supervised a multidisciplinary staff of professional engineers and architects, managed numerous NYC based design consultant contracts and was responsible for direct daily contact with large NYC based public and private corporate clients.

Sam’s extensive background in architecture and construction, his organizational and communication skills, management experience, and resourcefulness ensure that an assignment with SCiraulo Photography will represent an excellent value and an economical solution to your unique photography needs. His personal commitment to producing work of the highest quality guarantees that images specifically attuned to your project needs will result from every assignment.

In addition to his work as a photographer, Sam Ciraulo holds a Master of Architecture Degree from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and a Bachelor of Art Degree with a major in Fine Arts, from the State University of New York College at Plattsburgh. He is an avid cyclist, and cyclotourist, is certified in adult first aid CPR/AED and has traveled throughout the contiguous United States, to Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands, Italy, China, Alaska, Sweden and Finland.