think my first camera was actually a
stocking stuffer. I remember riding my bike to the
drugstore to buy more 110 film for it, and I never
had enough, because I took pictures of everything
that caught my eye. I also remember that nobody
appreciated my work much.
years later, I learned that I had absolutely
horrible vision, and I began to wear very, very
thick glasses. Suddenly, there was much more to the
world than just colorful blurs! I was transfixed by
details, expressions, and textures, and my
photography changed for good.
still filled with wonder by the world around
me! Photography is the net which lets me capture
those moments, moods, and memories and pin them
down for everyone to appreciate. I absolutely love
the challenge of freezing a fleeting emotion in a
frame. (And by the way, if you were wondering, I
see 20/15 with my contacts.)
enough about me. I'd love to know who you
are! Do my travel photographs transport you to
mysterious places? Are you trying to plan a wedding
that you will never forget? Do you want a visual
reminder of the people who are special to you?
is my business. But it's a service industry, which
means it's all about helping people. And that's
what makes this job so much fun! Most photographers
have a few tricks to get people to smile. Here's my
favorite method: to deliver timeless images, great
customer service, and to treat people the way I
want to be treated.