I picked up a camera 10 years ago and it was love at first click. Within eight months I was shooting freelance for a local newspaper and started shooting portraits and weddings. Two years after that, I quit my day job and never looked back.
I love what I do. I love everything about photography. I love the unique challenges, the ever-changing light, and coming home so excited to look through my photos that I forget to take my coat off for hours. But what I love most is meeting new people. I love to discovering what makes them unique and making that shine through every shot.
Drop us a line today because I can't wait to meet you.
So the first thing you may notice about me is that I’m kind of a tall dude – 6-foot-5 to be exact. And the second thing you may notice about me is that my inner child is alive and well. I love to have fun and meet new people, and I am fortunate to have a job that allows me to do that every day.
As a proud nerd and graphic designer, photography fused my love of technology with my love of art. I started out doing it on the side, but with the support of my amazing wife, I quit my 9-to-5 (well, I was a teacher so 7:42-2:45), and I have been living my dream ever since.
Whether you want to book a senior photo session, debate DC vs. Marvel, or learn the best excuses for getting to school late, I hope you'll drop us a line.
Located just seven miles outside of Carlisle, our studio is a 100 year-old barn turned into a photographers dream. It's complete with over 1500 square and a massive cyclorama. Just out side of the studio sits 15 acres of green fields and landscapes! The perfect mix of rustic and modern!
Additionally, our studio is right down the road from Kings Gap, a national park that sits astride South Mountain. Kings Gap offers a unique mansion and garden that are perfect for portrait, engagement, and wedding photography. It offers several panoramic view of the Cumberland Valley, and the mansion, atop the mountain, provides an amazing overlook and photo opportunities. Further down, the trees and small gardens offer great backdrops.