I have been involved in photography in one form or another since I was a young boy.  My Grandmother gave me my first Kodak Instamatic 104 camera on my seventh birthday.  Growing up, my Father always had a 35mm camera around the house so I would use it as much as he would allow.  Into High School and College I worked with cameras in the yearbook club or the newspaper.  We had to develop our own film and create our art in the darkroom where we also learned lighting and cropping tecniques. In the mid eighties I decided to give shooting weddings a go.  I did my research and copied lighting, styles and poses in Bridal publications as there was no google back then. On I went into the world of professional photography. I have photographed events for studios, shot video where I observed styles of many other photographers adding a bit of each to my bag of tricks.  Now digital photography comes into play and I dive in head first. Having ultimate control over your finished product anywhere you and your laptop can go has enhanced my art.  I take much care with each image trying to bring the best out in every photo.  This is how I will treat every photo from your event and we will have fun getting to that point!


I dream that someday the step between my mind and my finger will no longer be needed. And that simply by blinking my eyes, I shall make pictures. Then, I think, I shall really have become a photographer."

Alfred Eisenstaedt

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