When I was a young boy my parents gave me my first camera, a little Brownie Special. I enjoyed going around with my camera taking pictures of different subjects including my babysitter Mrs. Waterfield and class mates at school during recess. As I grew up I was always able to make a little spending money working in my parents photography studio. Through this work I learned a lot about the art of of photography and operations of a professional photography studio. Of course this was back in the day before digital cameras. The production of photography has changed completely with the digital era but the concept of needing a professional photography has not changed and I hope it never will. One of the highlights of my career was receiving my Master of Photography degree at the same time my father did. This was a very special moment for both of us. I believe that it is important to create images that tell a story about the subject, your portraits should capture your personality and interests, and your session should be fun and engaging. I don't just care a about the final product but your photographic experience as well. I want your photographs to hang on a wall or sit on a table and be admired for years to come. I invite you to take time to explore our online gallery, and hopefully I will get to meet you soon.