How I Capture the Moment

Keep the Client Comfortable

I have a wonderful history and have spent a great deal of time working on the arts scene, learning to study how people react to someone in their comfort zone. We all open up differently. Sometimes the simplest questions start a relationship that will show something about that person in their photos.

If it takes a minute or an hour to capture the magic of the moment or your special event, I’ll find a way.

A Study of Subjects, Portrait, Landscape & Still Life

Friendly Solutions for Capturing Different “Flavors”

As an art photographer, I’ve learned how to approach a subject from a number of different possible angles, both physically and figuratively.

Unlike some big-box photography studios, I prefer to “hang” with my subject(s) to make them comfortable and to learn a little bit about them. For me, the first step toward a great photo is “breaking the ice” with the subject. 

I’ve used play therapy to help children open up for their pictures, letting them show their real personality in the photographs I capture.

Family portraits don’t have to be staged! I’m willing to travel to a favorite place and catch your family at play.