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Most of my photography will be centered around Wildlife, and Landscapes of our beautiful country for use in publication. While I continue to learn, personal portraits sessions are available.

Personal Portraits - Family Portraits

Price - Sliding Scale

  • Up to four hours with Photographer in location of your choice
  • Processing of all final images
  • Private Viewing Gallery for up to 30 days for you and your family
  • DVD of images

This does not include MUA/Hair. Additional fees are applicable.


Second shooter service for wedding photographers.

All contracts require a non-refundable deposit to confirm your date. Check for availability.

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Local Charities and Fund Raisers

I am always willing to help local charities whenever possible. If you have an event coming up that you wish to have captured, contact for availability and we will make arrangements.

If I can photograph wildlife life like Robert O'Toole, landscapes like Ansel Adams, and people like Yousuf Karsh I will be most pleased. All have such strong talents exhibited in their work it is impressive to say the least. To me that shows a great deal of respect for the craft. They have made it their business to understand photography at a very personal and passionate level. Because of this characteristic, I appreciate them immensely.

After having had the curiosity planted in my spirit with an Olympus Stylus point and shoot more than a decade ago, I went looking for more. So, I purchased my Canon Rebel XT, as a learning tool, and a jump into advanced photography. This is where my passion for the art truly took off. Though a little beat up, I still have my XT. It is home to the 18-55mm stabilized kit lens that came with my Canon T1i which I now use now, as my back-up body, just in case.

For my main camera, I use my Canon 7D. It is a true work horse, and has the ability to create some amazing images. Coupled with my Canon EF 70-200 f/4L IS USM which I love, and is likely one of the best pieces of glass ever built by Canon, there is no end to the enjoyment. Though my 70-200 is pretty fantastic, I also use my Canon 10-22mm f/3.5/4.5 USM for spectacular wide angle images, and for my "walk around glass" or everything else lens, I use the Canon 15-85mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM. Both are incredibly capable of delivering amazing images, and a great deal of fun to use. Finally, I have my Canon 50mm f/1.8 II, for amazing portraits. Small, and light weight, this little charmer works magic even in low light situations proving you do not have to break the bank to do so. Having said that, in the future I do wish to upgrade to the very impressive, Canon 50mm f/1.2L USM for maximum pleasure.

At one point, I thought about switching to Nikon, but when I sobered up I realized that while I was out, marketers had infiltrated my brain and almost had me convinced to switch. They are very sneaky. But lets face it, Canon rocks and I am far too old fashioned and brand loyal to be convinced otherwise. Besides, as a great man once said: "The single most important component of a camera is the twelve inches behind it." Ansel Adams. (though I am certain he was talking about Canon)