What I do
It's a common question. What do you do? I'm a photographer. And what that means to most people is weddings and senior pictures, family portraits, baby pictures. I can count the weddings I've done in the few years on one hand and they've all been for close friends of long time clients. I love doing portraiture but most of what I've done has been editorial for magazines for corporate.
So what do I do?
The best answer is, what do you need? I can do it.
Photographers are a dime a dozen. The digital revolution has democratized photography in way never before seen. Where you might think some photographers would complain about that, I do not. I think the more people who take pictures the more people appreciate what it is the create a photograph.
Above I said that we photographers are a dime a dozen and judging by sheer numbers that’s true but great photographers are much more rare and generally speaking, much more expensive. I’ve been shooting professionally for thirty-seven years this year. The main focus of my work has been commercial. I specialize in event, location, illustrative and product work. I’ve spent much of my life working in marketing and sales and I bring that experience, the knowledge of what kind of images really move people to action, to my photographic work. Art is part of it but only part. The image has to motivate as well.
What I want to do is work with you to create amazing images that will illustrate what you do, help sell things you make, document an important event or grab the right moment in time and save it for you.