In high school, we are all pressured to find exactly what we'd like to do for the rest of our lives. Just like many other teens, I had no idea what I wanted to do. However, I knew I had a love for photography. I started by taking photos of friends skiing, cliff jumping, and playing sports. Right out of high school I began working for two newspapers and second shooting at weddings. There's something incredible about seeing your work published. I was instantly turned on by the thrill of telling stories through images. Not to sound cheesy but it’s a pretty great feeling when you finally find the one thing you want to do for the rest of your life.
After exploring different avenues in photography, I found my niche in wedding photography. I quickly realized that there is nothing more rewarding than having the responsibility of documenting that incredible day in a couples life. Documenting that connection between two humans. It’s something I take very seriously. And while I may sound like the most serious person on planet earth, rest assured I’m a pretty laid back dude with a laid back philosophy. You be you. I’ll be me. The best images will come when you can really just let go and be yourself. I know, deep thoughts right? Well enough jibber-jabbering about me, I want to hear about you. I want to hear your story.
I know... it's cliché. My parents have always taught me to go out and explore the world. That's exactly what I plan on doing. I've never been to a place I haven't enjoyed. It's my dream to elope in Greece, then go sword fight with baguettes under the eiffel tower. 2020 will be the start of my destination wedding career with a wedding in Thailand!
I love all food, seriously all food. Everyone always makes fun of me for eating way too fast. My next career is professional eater. Now, the one food I actually sit down and enjoy (with a nice margarita) is a taco. Taco Tuesday used to make it into my schedule every week, then I'd go get tacos somewhere else. Can you tell that I love tacos yet?
I live in Vermont, so I have to do Vermont things, right?
Pictured: My friend... not skiing
You can't beat a good sunset. You better expect me to take you to do sunset photos during your wedding day. I'm sorry no exceptions. Unless you say no, then it's okay... I guess.
We have ZERO photos of ourselves together. This is an invitation to another photographer to take photos of us!