Sometimes love doesn’t come in a package everyone recognizes immediately. I hope that you recognize it in this video.
I openly and proudly serve all communities through photography, including the LGBT community.
I never had to make a decision on whether or not to photograph an LGBT wedding. It was just one of those things that I assumed would come along at some point and I’d photograph it and make art and serve the couple and then shoot another wedding the next weekend. I didn’t see a point in making the point that I would photograph a same-sex wedding. Not at first.
A while back, I was chatting with another wedding photographer and he asked me if I’d ever consider being the photographer at an LGBT wedding, and I said “Of course? Wouldn’t you?” View full post »
Over the years, I’ve tried to find the best way to apply what I know about human healing to my work. Photography as therapy. Photography as healing process. Photography as cure. This is not some kind of crazy new age wackiness. A decade of evidence has resulted in practical, purposeful application to help those who are suffering, whether they know it or not.
I’ve worked in every kind of photography over the last 30+ years, and I’ve struggled with where to focus my efforts. Ten years ago I realized that my calling is to work with people. But how? Weddings? Boudoir? Portraits? I found it exceedingly difficult to find out which photographic niche I should occupy. What I’ve only just realized is that my niche if not one of subject or style…it’s one of purpose.
It’s possible that you’ve seen my work… that you know what I do.
Now I’d like you to know why I do it.