I was born & raised in a lil suburb 45 minutes NW of Philadelphia. I earned a degree in Photojournalism from PPU in Pittsburgh.
How deep can I get in a website bio? There's plenty to be said but I prefer to keep it simple here. I have a fascination for all kinds of music, soul mating, adrenaline, nature, outdoor living, bikes, hoppy beers and yaknow... life in general.
I’m fueled by human•nature & the stories waiting to be told.
Life is precious; love is a driving force.
In regards to my work & process
The creative process is more than finding a kickass location to take pictures and dialing in camera settings for the lighting conditions at play.
To me, it’s more about the subject in front of the lens.
In each photo session I strive to encapsulate the subject's
story - essence - spirit - in a still.
You are what matters. Your authenticity, your experience is what I aim to capture. The messy, the silly, the chaotic, the adventure of being human. Let’s take it back to our roots & be free about it!
We’ll work well together if you value good vibes, are excited about love, and want to capture it all beautifully & organically.
Leave the “composing” of it all to me.
My basic single-shooter full day wedding coverage starts at $2900.
Get in touch for more info on the packages I offer.
OR If you have a unique day or a small wedding, I also offer pricing and I want to hear all about it. Tell me more by submitting a contact form.
Headshots start at $300.
1 hour lifestyle sessions start at $500.
I also offer a variety of prints and albums. Ask me about them :)
The photograph I fell in love with.
It was dusk over the Appalachians an hour east of Pittsburgh, PA. The year was 2011. I took up driving the long way back from Philly, you know to avoid tolls because I was a broke college kid. Little did I know this photo would be the start of an amazing photography journey that I'm still gracious to be on today.
Nature remains my inspiration.
I feel it's safe to say most human beings share this sentiment, which only fuels my inspiration further.
Taken with a 35mm Canon AE-1.