“The most important part of a camera is the 12 inches behind it.”

Ansel Adams

What I Do

LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY

I love shooting landscapes of beautiful locations. The play of color and light and shadows can be magnificent!

DOCUMENTARY

I am currently working on two documentary projects photographing abandoned buildings in GA & PA. You can find the links above.

EDITORIAL

Have Editorial or Environmental Portrait needs? Head over to my Contact page and reach out!


Forgotten Pieces of Georgia

Documenting abandoned small business buildings and factories in all 159 counties of Georgia

Forgotten Pieces of Pennsylvania

This project is the same style as the Georgia project, documenting all the buildings in the 67 counties of Pennsylvania

Books

You can buy my first book at my online store.


FINAL THOUGHTS

When it comes to photography, it’s not the camera, it’s the skill of the person welding it. Many people don’t realize how much actual work goes into their photo shoot. A professional photographer has years invested in education and practicing their craft. Your session or project is more than just the time to compose and shoot your professional images. The photographer has to plan the shoot ahead of time, taking into consideration location, lighting, etc. Once your session is complete they then spend hours post processing your images to be delivered to you, which is a very time consuming process to make things perfect. The ultimate goal to deliver to you the client the best possible experience and final product.