About me



I grew up in Texas and married a beautiful Jersey girl on a mountain top in the Hudson Valley. After several years in Brooklyn, we moved to the Garden State (to the town where they filmed Garden State).

We live a simpler life now, with our amazing son Noah (3) and our half-Ewok, half-teddy bear puppy, Hazel.

I play the drums every day and have a thing for hammocks, fire pits, coffee from Ethiopia and vintage guitars.

Oh, and New England IPA’s. When you must have the very best, accept no substitutes.

I’m also a wedding photographer. I’m lucky enough to witness tears of joy, celebrations of life and the continuation of family legacies on a weekly basis.

I put everything I have into my photos, and I’m humbled and inspired by couples who trust me to tell their story.




My Approach

I strive to create sincere, stylish images that capture the real personalities of my couples and the raw emotion of one of the most important days of their lives.

If you’re not into the whole ‘fake-smile-for-the-camera-everything-is-staged’ thing, then we’re on the same page.

Cheesy wedding photography is the absolute worst.

My approach to wedding photography is simple: It’s not about documenting every single kiss, or every single guest, or capturing every little detail from your wedding day.

Sure, that’s all important in telling a well-rounded story, but what really excites me is capturing how the day feels.

It’s those quiet, in-between moments I look for – the way you light up when you see your soulmate for the first time that day, the way you squeeze each other’s hands when you get nervous, and the way your parents tear up as you exchange your vows

I get a little misty-eyed as well. All these weddings later, I still get goosebumps.

And that’s what I want you to feel every time you look through your wedding album, whether it’s a year from now or when you’re old and grey. I want you to remember how it felt.