Think of something, I've shot it with my camera gear. From weddings, to portraits, to album covers, to residential work, to wild yak 15,400ft above sea level in minus degree temperature. I've covered it. Been doing wedding photography for 11 years now and freelance work for since I was a kid.
I have plenty of experience with my eye, but also the gear I have. Have you covered a wedding of 3000 people before? I have. I work with great detail and professionalism.
I love capturing the emotions of weddings, the love of couples, the ingenuity in architecture, the message for products, and I love providing it through my lens[es].
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Frequently asked questions
How did you get started in this business?
My first wedding gig I covered a wedding in a village I was attending abroad, in 2006, on a 3.2 megapixel cybershot phone camera. The groom was so ecstatic that he paid me. I was so blown that people get paid for photography, so I kept it going. If past me knew about present me's work, he would be proud.
What types of customers have you worked with?
I've worked with all backgrounds of customers and look forward to expanding the types. I have worked with people in low income households to give them something to appreciate a family get together photo on the holidays, and I have worked with business men who want someone hassle-free.
What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?
You get a professional who has had 11+ years of experience, you don't have to worry about making sure the job is being done well. I'll manage your stress.