First and foremost, I’m as much a student of people as I am a student of photography. I analyze facial expressions, sentiment, mood, surroundings and more and use those factors to capture that one perfect, enduring moment in time. For me, a photo is more than a two dimensional image, it’s a representation of a person’s life leading up to that moment. The people I capture are so much more than clients. When they contract me, I want them to look at the end result, their photos, and quickly summon up and fondly recall precisely what they were feeling at that moment. The human condition is a complex patchwork of joy, sadness, fear, love, lust, longing and so much more. If my photos help elicit an emotional response from my clients, then I have assuredly done my job.