I currently live in Sandwich, Massachusetts on Cape Cod as of November, 2019. It is my pleasure to travel to fill your photography needs.
I am a father to my beautiful five year old daughter, Harper and husband to gorgeous, non-disclosed age, Sherrie.
I love photography and am passionate about preserving moments in time. My goal is to make you happy! I pride myself on my patience and flexibility.
I graduated from UMASS-Amherst (from what I remember) and Suffolk University Law School.
My other favorite thing to do is Brazilian Jiu Jitsu in which I have reached the rank of purple belt.
Coffee fuels my life. I love food and will eat almost anything, but I hate celery, black licorice, and I can't remember the last one.
There are 9 Screws and a stainless steel plate holding my right arm together
A long, long time ago, in a galaxy very close by, I was an attorney. I had no idea what I was getting myself into and found that it just wasn't for me. Working as an attorney is just one of very many jobs and various industries I have worked since I was 16 when I worked at Blockbuster. Yes...Blockbuster.
Fast forward to my engagement, my wedding, my wife’s bump, and my daughter being born. They all had something in common: I paid someone to take photographs. Each time I thought, well I can do that, and it looks fun. I always liked photos, not necessarily having them taken of me, but the memories and the smiles when people saw them.
I bought a DSLR camera, “a fancy schmanz” camera around 2014. My wife, Sherrie, bought me a few classes on basic photography that I enjoyed. It wasn’t really until Harper was born that I became passionate about photography. Then on a trip to Prince Edward Island, my father-in-law spotted two bald eagles perched on a tree right near our house rental. I ran to get my camera. The excitement was almost shocking.
I love wildlife photography, but the birds usually don’t smile when I send them their photo galleries. (or pay well). When I get to send a gallery to a family I feel the same excitement as when I spot an owl in the wild.
Being able to preserve moments in time for people is truly a gift for me just as much as it is for the families.