I have always been fascinated by faces. Even as a young child, I can remember looking and watching people, and their expressions. When I was not watching people, I was looking at pictures of people, rifling through my grandfather’s collection of National Geographic and other magazines. I did not know it at the time that I would find myself behind the camera making my own images of people’s expressions.
Early on in my photographic endeavors, I shot nothing but landscapes if I could help it. It was not until the birth of my last child that I would fully embrace taking pictures of people. Even then, it was primarily pictures of her, with those gleaming eyes beaming back into the lens. While showing off pictures of my daughter, and some recent landscapes, I had a chance meeting with another photographer who coaxed me to take my images to the next level. If it wasn’t for my passion for the act of just taking pictures, I would have passed up his offer to shoot with him at a wedding. Thankfully, I didn’t, and I have not looked back since.
My photographic journey has brought me to capture those treasured heart felt expressions most commonly found at weddings. I find this photography to be the most rewarding to me because my images and vision is then translated into something tangible and lasting for the families I shoot for. In essence, my art is appreciated, albeit on a small scale.
I am always pursuing emotions, and details that mean so much to the people I work and collaborate with. Therein lies the art, connecting with people, and touching their lives with my art in the process.
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