You might recognize me as the drummer from numerous terrible bands throughout high school and college. My dream of traveling the world as a rock star? It matured into traveling to shoot weddings for ‘rock star’ clients, and I wouldn’t have it any other way.
I'm no chef, but I love trying new dishes and drink recipes. I seek out the best local restaurants wherever I travel, and, in my next life, I hope to be a Top Chef judge. My ‘eye’ is just as discerning as my tastebuds - I love using it to make your wedding photos shine brighter than the rest.
My wife, Emily, and I love New York – and we go whenever we can. You can't beat walking through Central Park when the sun is shining, the flowers are blooming, lovers are strolling, and the city is alive with energy. I look forward to bringing out the magic in your wedding destination.
“Say, you know, you were great back there. You weren't so bad yourself.” – Roman Holiday
“When a man and a woman see each other and like each other they ought to come together - wham! Like a couple of taxis on Broadway.” - Rear Window
“If you are what you eat, Then I only want to eat the good stuff” – ratatouille
NYC in the Spring
I can't go more than a few days without turning on Turner Classic Movies. Hollywood style from the ‘40s and ‘50s inspires me. Rear Window is my all-time favorite film; Grace Kelley, James Stewart, and Hitchcock are hard to beat. Ask for movie recommendations, and I’ll happily share...
A 65-pound ball of love named Delta will be right next to me while I edit your images. She was my wife’s first Christmas gift to me, one made even more special by the disastrously funny way in which Emily rescued Delta. I’ll encourage you to get your furry friends involved in photo sessions, too.
There is nothing better than film as an artistic medium: it's timeless, romantic, and full of character - just like you! I use it (in tandem with digital photography) to add an added dimension of style and art to your wedding day.
“Only one is a wanderer; two together are always going somewhere.” - Vertigo
“How about making me Vice-President in charge of cheering you up?” - Charade
“What do you want? want the moon? say the word and I’ll throw a lasso around it and pull it down.” – It’s a Wonderful Life