Hey there! Alright, I guess this is where I say something about myself. Really all you want to know is…
…what my favorite color is (lavender)
…how I like my eggs (over easy)
…what my favorite animals are (do my kids count?)
…and what I drive (a crappy old car)
However, if you REALLY want to know more you can scroll down.
Play a game that came into the US around the time I did 😉
When I was much younger I wanted to be a meteorologist, astronomer, a renowned scientist, and/or bug collector. I’m not that great at math, so all of those really went downhill fast and bugs aren’t a big commodity. Before being an electrician I dabbled in photography, graphic and web design, and other various ventures including music and art. One thing I did well was to envision things beyond what others could see. A simple mountain range wasn’t just a big hill with trees for me (Pennsylvania doesn’t exactly have what Coloradan’s would call mountains). Apart from my peers I saw beauty in the little things and it very much set me apart from everyone… sometimes in a very awkward way.
Beyond the lucrative beginnings of a career in industrial electrical automation and robotics engineering, multiple twists and turns of what we refer to as “Life” caused me to look to photography again. This led me to working in studios across the nation. Managing staff and serving clients made me very happy. After moving on and trying to get back into the evasive electrical field I realized my more certain non-hobby future as my photography equipment collection grew and grew. That lonely wandering feeling went away and it became real to me what I was to be doing for the rest of my life.
In the first months of 2010 I had the opportunity to move to the Denver area and work with others to develop photography services, meeting many different needs of various clients across the front range and beyond. I must say that it has been an awesome few years and the clients I have met and friendships I’ve developed are far beyond what I would have imagined. The years ahead will be incredible!
Even though my time is spent capturing beautiful portraits overall, there are few greater images than those that display the loveliness and splendor of a wedding day! I guess you could say I am in love with “Love”, or something like that :). Fashion and glamor photography is also something I really enjoy doing. Even landscapes and animals get in front of the lens now and then. All in all, I suppose every bit of photography is in my blood and I can’t deny it or escape it…then again, why would I want to? I have a passion for memories, and that is what I capture.
Thanks for reading!