A talented photographer based in New York, Richard Repetti enjoys taking photographs of wildlife and the great outdoors. He especially enjoys taking photos of birds, bears, and deer, and often goes to the Catskills area of New York to find subjects for his photography. After spending six years as a driver for UPS in Brooklyn, Richard Repetti decided to focus his professional career on what he was passionate about: photography. First working as a photography manager for Jostens Photography, he spent nine years assigning jobs to more than 40 staff members and working with all the public schools in New York City. In 1999, he opened his own photography company, Class Act Photographers, which he still runs as the owner and president.
Outside of work, Richard Repetti supports several charitable organizations. He often volunteers at St. Jude Children’s Hospital and with the Wounded Warriors project. Additionally, he regularly completes charity work and supports the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. In his free time, he enjoys traveling. He has gone scuba diving with sharks at Stewart’s Cove in the Bahamas, and has gone scuba diving in Belize and Cozumel. Richard Repetti is especially fond of taking vacations on Norwegian cruise lines to the Caribbean, and he visits Las Vegas twice a year. Further, he participates in the various trips that the West Coast Fishing Club hosts.