As a wedding and portrait photographer, I strive to create images that tell the story of your life with beauty and grace, respect and imagination. Foregoing forced smiles and stiff poses, I embrace natural smiles and expressions in order to create images that have a unique freshness and vitality and a heartfelt and emotional authenticity.

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Thursday, November 05, 2009

Mr. and Mrs. Smith

A couple of delightful reminders of a beautiful late September day that melted into midnight much too quickly.

More to come.


  1. I love your photos! I want to become a photographer someday. :) Can you tell me what Camera you use?

  2. Thank you, Erica! Photography is a wonderful way to spend your days.

    I use the Nikon system of cameras but it doesn't really matter which system you choose: after all, it's just a tool. My advice is to learn photography - how to shoot manually - and then you can use any camera. I learned how to shoot on a completely manual Pentax K1000. I also love shooting with a Holga, a medium format Mamiya, and I'm experimenting with vintage cameras, as well. When I second-shot weddings I used the Canon system. Find what's right for you and invest in the best glass you can. Good luck!