Shooting
Telling stories from behind the lens

Ever since I opened my first issue of National Geographic and read my first Ansel Adams photo book when I was a kid, I’ve been fascinated by the power of photography to spark the imagination, to inspire, to transform a small corner of the world.

Over the last 10 years, I’ve studied the art and science of photography and filmmaking, trying to produce shots and stories that lift spirits and change lives.

It’s been an amazing journey that’s spanned more than a decade. It’s taken me from producing short and cheesy videos that only a handful of employees would see, to filming stories for organizations, artists, and evangelists that will impact thousands.

It’s been a natural compliment to my work as a speaker and servant. I thank God for the opportunity to serve others from behind a lens, and look forward to the day when I can do the same for you.

A Peek at Some of My Favorites
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  • Folks I've Worked with Include
    • Clayton Jennings
    • Blake Whiteley
    • Brianna Caprice
    • National Credit Union Foundation
    • Filene Research Institute
    • Vermont State Employees Credit Union
    • IU Credit Union
    • Traders Point Christian Church

     

  • Specialties Include
    • Photojournalism/Documentary

    I love capturing the unscripted moments of life that make it worth living, the small details that define who we are and who we wish to be. It doesn’t matter where they happen – around a table, in a meeting, on a stage, or out in the world – I want to be there and help you remember the road that brought you there.

    • Black and White

    There is nothing like the simplicity of black and white photography. It strips a story down to its elements: shape, light and shadows, lines and perspective. It’s my favorite style.