I’ve always enjoyed taking photos of people, but it wasn’t until I started my business in 2009 that I truly found my passion. My love for photography started when I bought a Panasonic DSLR camera for a school internship I had one summer in Hawaii. After I got back, some friends told me that my pictures looked like postcards and that I should start my own business. So, I decided to give it a shot (no pun intended) and enrolled in some photography classes to learn everything I could.
I started out by taking free headshots of people I knew in New York to build up my portfolio, and shortly thereafter, a friend of mine hired me to shoot his wedding at a beautiful ranch in upstate New York. After shooting his wedding I was totally hooked—and as they say, the rest is history.
After living in New York for twelve years, I moved to Carmel, IN in 2019 where I live with my wife, Andrea and daughter, Brooklyn.
My photography isn't airy and light or dark and moody. My style is showing my subjects for who they are in the best light possible. I want to show how it felt to be there in the moment. I love showing people's serious side just as much as I love showing off their fun silly side. If we're not having fun, then we're doing it wrong.
I’ve learned that the most important thing is helping people feel comfortable in front of the camera, and once that happens, everything else usually falls into place.