Sunday, September 26, 2010


When I am commissioned to photograph a portrait, whether it is a family, child or high school senior, in my mind, they become family. I want them to be completely comfortable and at home in my studio, as well as with me. Because of this, I believe I am able to capture the true spirit of my clients on "film". I am always open to unique, creative ideas. I like to step out of the box, and do something a little different.
Macklin has been my inspiration when it comes to stepping out of the box. Seeing things a little differently, and changing the expectations of what Senior portraits are suppose to be. I look forward to our next photographic adventure.


Martha is the 3rd Senior in her family I have had the privilege to photograph. She is also the last so its bittersweet for me, and I am guessing her Mom and Dad!


I have known Craig since he was about 4 years old. So when his Mom approached me about taking his senior portrait, I was honored. We had a blast. Craig was more than willing to go along with all my poses and ideas, and kept a smile for the camera the entire time.