Is there a story you would like to tell? I ask this question because pictures are more than just still images: they capture moments in time that tell stories. Whether those stories are humorous, solemn, momentous, or just plain unusual, I continuously strive to portray them accurately with each click of my camera. And although I specialize in weddings, sports, and photojournalism, my interests in landscape and wildlife photography have been consistently nurtured as well. So whether it’s capturing a couple about to make their wedding vows, a football team celebrating their winning touchdown, or indigenous species wandering throughout snow-covered woods, my camera and I are always ready to seamlessly capture life in action with honesty, clarity, and vividness.
Originally from New Orleans, I became involved in photography while still in high school and “clicked” with it almost immediately. I continued to pursue it in college, where I was lead photographer for the university’s yearbook and student newspaper. My work has appeared in many publications, including the Washington Examiner, Inside the Vatican, the Times-Picayune, and Hammond Star. I have also won a number of awards and recognitions for my work, most notably as a finalist in Photographer’s Forum’s Annual Photography Contest.
Whether it was I who found photography or photography that found me, the partnership has worked very well for me over the years, and I’m always eager to acquire new opportunities. So if you’re looking for someone to tell your story visually, then feel free to visit my “Contact” page. You can reach me via e-mail, phone, or fill-out form (I’m not fickle, so pick the mode of contact that works best for you), and we can get started on your project in a “snap.”
You can view a number of my albums on my Flickr Albums page.
What I Shoot With:
I shoot with the following Canon Cameras and Lenses —
– Canon 5D Mark III
– Canon 7D
– Canon 20D
– Canon 300mm f/2.8L
– Canon 24-70 f/2.8L
– Canon 14mm f/2.8L
– Canon 70-200mm f/2.8L