I left a successful career in engineering to pursue a passion for photography and creating inspiring and artistic imagery. I made the decision to switch careers after shooting a wedding on a saturday and reveling in the beauty at work on a monday of a pursuit that so fully occupied my mind, and fulfilled my artistic and outwardly expressive desires. A lifelong hobby had quickly become all I could think about. Photography is artful, it's technical, it's expressive. It is whatever you want it to be and that is a beautiful endeavor.
I photograph weddings because I strongly believe in marriage - not so much the established traditions,
but the beauty that is committing to, growing with and traversing life with a single person.
When I am not photographing weddings, you can find me searching for creative outlets through portraiture and editorial work. Portraits and editorial work present an opportunity to slow down, and craft something artistic and uniquely mine. It's an opportunity to share a bond with a subject and for a brief moment reflect something beautiful within one another. I'm happiest behind camera, and you'll hardly find a week where I haven't photographed something to satisfy my creative desire.
I've often been called quiet, but photography and the people I meet through photography truly opens me up. Every moment behind camera is a beautiful exercise
in expression. Being quiet, however, has taught me to be a people watcher and a wonderful observer.
I have an eye for and am drawn to natural expression, and reflect this in my work. Weddings are filled with moments
to be observed. Being behind camera at a wedding is a beautiful thing.