The Farm Road w Mekenzie

Yet another proud moment here for me.

Mekenzie was one of the first people I photographed when I started. If you don’t recognize her.. here she is at the Halloween Black Light shoot w/ Obi and Lera.

It was inspiring to see her switch styles and rock this shoot so seamlessly. She made it so easy because I was in full photographer mode; searching for angles while competing against the sunset. It was an exciting session and I’m way more excited to showcase her album soon.

In the meantime, enjoy some before & afters of what we have so far =)

Snap ya later.

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Fall with WizzBiff

After planning for this shoot for about a month or two, we finally met up for a Fall photoshoot! The photos turned out being more Winter-like, but the initial idea was to go for a Fall theme.

Elizabeth, or WizzBiff on Twitter (@Elizabeth_Anne6), lights up any room she walks into, and it was incredibly fun working with her. When I first approached her about possibly helping me expand my portfolio, she was ecstatic! You can tell she loves being in front of the camera and the camera loves her. Here are a couple of before and afters from her set. On to the next project! Snap you later.

View her entire gallery here.

Video Intro


This is a very very rough version of my intro for an upcoming video web series I am working on. It is on its first legs of operation and exciting plans are underway! I am excited to share this project with you, as it is an integral part of who I am and why I do what I do (hint).

‘Til next time!

Pumpkin Head

“Halloween is here but I’ve got something else on my mind.”

I like Halloween, but nothing tops the cake like Christmas. The lights, the cold, the sight of breath in the air, the hot chocolate, endless amount of beautiful things to capture, and most importantly, endless opportunity to pursue awe.

I cannot wait.

In the meantime, I needed a set of headshots of myself and had the chance of working with my favorite person ever – myself! I was still awkward using my 85mm, which led to a giant pool of greatly composed but horribly unfocused photos. Yes, in retrospect, I should’ve used a remote shutter but in my defense, the session was essentially supposed to be series of selfies. Yes, I now know you can’t take selfies with primes.

Until next time! Stay spooky.

Black-Lit Halloween

This last weekend I got the chance to work with my favorite photographers, Obi and Lera, on an awesome black-light session! I was nervous as I’d been in sort of a rut over the last few months, but Obi and Lera are so good at what they do that I felt like I was having too much fun. Check out their Instagram pages (Obislens & Lerastreetphotography)! They are incredibly talented and dedicated to their craft. Oh, they’re also pretty cool people in person.

I had to get used to my new 85mm f/1.8 lens. I’ve never had prior experience with a prime lens before, let alone use one in a low-light indoor photo-shoot with a black light, but it was almost too easy. Even before editing, the colors showed up vividly and bright, with a beautiful depth of field and crisp detail. Here’s a before and after to illustrate:

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I’d have to say, once I got used to keeping my distance from the model, I knew how to get the shots I was looking for. This lens is incredible, and I am in love with it!

Want to see the entire gallery? Click here!

Until next time! Check me out on LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, Flickr, Vimeo.