As a portrait photographer, I do tend to get a little bored about photographing people in a traditional way. I love my clients, I want to give them portraits that capture them and reflect my style, but my work tends to get a little repetitive sometimes. So, there are a couple of things I do to keep things interesting… but mostly to keep me sane and to stop my creative side from starvation!Read More
Before the memories of Oregon slip away, I thought I would take some time to share this relaxed family session I had in Fort Rock. This is a great example of what happens when you have a beautiful location like Fort Rock and combine it with perfect lighting and a wonderful family.Read More
We all take pictures of our own loved ones, but some of us, are lucky enough to be invited to be a part of other people's extraordinary moments, and that is what makes my job so special. Every photo I take is a story, it may be a routine pregnancy photo session for me, but for the person in front of my camera it is a monumental reminder of a miracle that is happening to her, something unique, beautiful, and life changing.Read More
Having your photo taken can be stressful. Trust me, I know. I have been a portrait photographer for long enough to know that my camera is a pretty terrifying thing to many people, including myself. I don’t enjoy having my photo taken so I completely understand when a client feels the same way.
Since August 15th is National Relaxation Day, I figured it would be great to put together a couple of tips and tricks I have learnt throughout my years as a family photographer that will help you relax before and during your family session.Read More
When people see my Fine Art Photography, sometimes they tend to think that to do crazy surreal/levitation photography one needs a great studio and expensive equipment ... lots of it. While equipment is nice, and having a studio sometimes can be convenient, I have discovered that my best images are created with very little gear. All you really need is a cool location, a tripod (optional, but it makes editing so much easier), and of course, a camera.Read More
In 2013 I was fortunate enough to get the opportunity of moving to Ukraine. While I only lived there for one year, I have to admit that I dream of going back.
Doing this fine art project with Cari Brown brought back so many memories.Read More
Smith Rock State Park is a beautiful place. One can find all the best things Central Oregon has to offer in one place, the breathtaking cliffs, beautiful river views, and a picture perfect sunset. When Courtney and Ryan they told me about their ideal engagement session : Sunset on top of Smith Rock... It was too good to be true.Read More