What Makes Me Different

Let's be honest, cause that's what I do (overly so sometimes), there are a ton of wedding photographers.  We are everywhere, like a plague of instagraming and pintresting fools, snapping away while gleefully gawking at the back of our cameras.  If we did a physical weigh-in, it would definitely exceed a ton because there are SO freaking many of us.  So what does that mean when you are looking at my work and considering hiring me versus the many other great options out there?

Puerto Rico Vacation

Puerto Rico Vacation

Back in May of 2017 myself and Anna had the chance to go to Puerto Rico to "get away from it all", so I packed up all of my cameras and we went to a different place where I continued to take photos of everything while Anna relaxed.  In all seriousness though, it was a welcome respite from Baltimore and city life.  In light of the recent devistation that has happened in Puerto Rico as a result of an unfortunate set of back to back hurricanes; I wanted to share our photos from our trip and tell you a little about what we did there.

Looking Back at 2016 and Forward to 2017

Looking Back at 2016 and Forward to 2017

Wow, another year down.  To say this last year flew by would be an understatement!  Between listing my house for sale, having that sale fall through, my parents moving to Tennessee and shooting more than twice the weddings I did last year and becoming far more active with my website I feel like the year was one for the books.  So lets touch back on the things that happened in 2016 shall we?

Looking Back at 2015 and Forward to 2016

Looking Back at 2015 and Forward to 2016

Well damn... guess that's a wrap for 2015 huh?  What a crazy little year I had.  Shot a ton of weddings, met a ton of awesome people, and all the other nonsense that happened.  Lets recap all of the "other nonsense" and some of the other shit that went down.  Then we can look forward to the FUTURE (or next week since that's when 2016 happens).

Vemödalen

Vemödalen

vemödalen

n. the frustration of photographing something amazing when thousands of identical photos already exist - the same sunset, the same waterfall, the same curve of a hip the same closeup of an eye - which can turn a unique subject into something hollow and pulpy and cheap, like a mass-produced piece of furniture you happen to have assembled yourself.