My mom bought me my first camera when I was 7 years old, Christmas 1983 to be exact. It was an Ancso memo disc camera and I'll never forget it. I started photographing my favorite rockstars in highschool when I decided this is what I had to do. I got my Bachelors degree from RIT and was an exchange student for a quarter in Salisbury, England. After that hop across the pond, I was addicted to travel. I didn't get interested in doing weddings until around 2006, when wedding photography changed from what used to be your grandmothers boring old wedding photos(no offense to any grandma's out there) into the amazing art form they are today. Each wedding is unique and I photograph them that way. I don't do cookie cutter images, your images won't look exactly like the last that I photographed (unless you want them too). I won't commandeer your day, I won't set you up for poses for every shot. I take the images as they come and catch all the emotions along the way.