At 12, I was borrowing my father's old Olympus, cutting class to hang out in the dark room, and trying to wash the smell of developer off my hands before I went home. This past year, I had the pleasure of shooting a few weddings alongside my father. I still find myself reaching for the camera at social functions and harassing family members over the breakfast table around the holidays. My techniques and equipment have evolved, but slotting an SD card into my laptop still gives me the same sense of excitement that used to come with a fresh envelope of negatives.
Whether for print or digital, I deliver images that allow my friends and clients share a piece of themselves, what they're about, and what they're up to with the people who matter to them.