“She’s the exclamation mark in the happiest sentence that I could ever possibly write” The joy of being a photographer is meeting couples like Caitlin and Ryan. This would be the 3rd shoot together from their wedding to now a […]
“When little people are overwhelmed by big emotions, it’s our job to share our calm, not join their chaos” L.R Knot I would like to introduce a very special family, the Emmons family. What makes them special, besides the love […]
When I was 11, my father worked at a high-quality printing company as a color image assembler. He would take film and strip each print layer-by-layer, working on the single image with such precision and detail. I can still remember the unique smell of ink, paper, and processing fluids. I learned how film was taken out of a canister and slowly developed. How a simple black strip of plastic, turned into something beautiful that told a story. It was at that age that my Uncle Charlie gave me my first camera, a Minolta Maxxum 7000, and my passion for photography began.