Photographing people of Northeast Georgia since Y2K!
I like to think that I’m efficient at finding the holy grail of documentary photography, the “decisive moment” – every single time. I’ve been perfecting my photojournalistic storytelling for decades and reached the point where the skill of “blending in”, becoming ubiquitous yet invisible morphed into a habit. My working style gravitates towards documenting the natural flow of your event.
But there’s a flip side: every once in a while, merely capturing what’s in front of me just doesn’t cut it. Sometimes I have to shatter the ambience and create a peculiar mix of light, shadows and divergent colors, delivering a brand new reality. I do all this at the set, not in Photoshop – so we’re creating a reality, not faking it.
- I’ve finally relocated back into the US of A in October 2015 after spending six years in Europe. Currently I’m based in Gainesville, GA.
- I am a “people photographer” and my goal is to make you look “youer than you”. I pride myself in the ability to put every client at ease in front of the camera.
- I’ve been told that I make unphotogenic models look great. Well, maybe. Or maybe grumpy people just never hire me. Happy people are always photogenic.
- Human expressions and interactions. It’s hard to find a visual art subject that I’m more drawn to.