To My Family of Clients: It has been another incredible summer here in Michigan! I had the opportunity to photograph family sessions at the MSU Children’s Garden and Reeds Lake, among some other stellar locations. It’s so much fun to enjoy the weather while it lasts around here! In personal news, my daughter Lilly turned […]
I’ve always loved the jellyfish exhibit at the National Aquarium in Baltimore. Definitely more jellyfish than I could actually ever see in real life. I always have fun photographing them. This last time, I converted the images to black and white, and was pleasantly surprised by how much I liked them that way. Considering the […]
I don’t consider myself a landscape photographer. Not at all. I am aware of my strengths, and they generally exist in the realm of capturing people. That said, I’m a sucker for taking landscape images when I’m on vacation. Most of them are nothing to brag about, but I really love this one that I […]
I have trouble remembering to make images for personal reasons sometimes. This is especially true of the food I make. Even when I make something great, I often forget to photograph it before we’ve eaten it all. Luckily, I remembered to photograph this soft whole wheat pretzel before it was devoured!
I love my job. I love capturing people and getting to know them better from behind my camera. One of the great things about being in love with my job is that I’m okay with doing it for free (sometimes). Today I joined an organization called Creative Cares. They are an organization that matches up […]
In an attempt to keep this blog up to date, and to interact with my friends and fans, I plan to post a new entry to the blog at least once a week. If I don’t have any new professional work to put up, I will put up my favorite images from my personal life, […]
I think it’s important that in order for you, my clients and audience, to know who I am, that you actually know me. Obviously I’m not out shooting fabulous events and family moments every day of the week, but I do have a family of my own, and I try to keep my creative juices […]