So many people think main job of a photographer is simply to take pictures. That might be okay for your “Uncle Harry” – but for me and my clients, there’s something totally different going on.
To start, I love being a photographer and helping my clients see moments they’d normally miss. When I’m on an assignment and working with a client, with a camera in my hand I’m more engaged. I’m totally engrossed in those special moments only my camera can capture and turn into a tangible memory.
I guess it’s just in my blood. I’ve always enjoyed, even when I was a kid, seeing how things worked. In photography it’s all about the ingredients that help create that decisive moment when I click the shutter. It’s not about my gear, but my never-ending quest to be the very best at creating images you can share and hold in your hands for a lifetime.
When I work with a client, I like to try and find a connection point – some common ground to build a foundation of trust. This allows the client to relax and have fun, which ultimately brings out their best – and that is what helps to create something special. Something the client will cherish and pass along as an heirloom.