These two set the bar pretty high for being cool, fun, roll-with-it kind of clients. Rainy day in Chicago. No fret. Congrats Lara & Chris, let's do it again!
I've made a decent living from photographing moving subjects, i.e. humans. Rare opportunities allow me to photograph stationary objects or architecture. Today was one of those rare times. I love being able to visit spaces and absorb and photograph it's essence. These images are of a design showroom at the Merchandise Mart in Chicago.
My current passion project is surf photography. I've been working in the water for the past 3 years or so, getting an up close and personal view of surfing. It's incredibly fun and challenging. Here are a few of my favorite shots from the water.
I've always struggled with travel/street photography. During my last trip to Paris I tried my best to channel my inner Henri Cartier-Bresson. I did my best, but his work remains unmatched.
On your next trip abroad, do yourself a favor and bring along a film camera and a case packed full of B&W and color film. The following images were captured on a Contax 645 camera
Here's a look back to some fun engagement photo shoots I've done over the past few years. Summer is always a good time to push the idea and create energetic concepts. The use of water and go-carts definitely adds energy and motion. If you're planning an engagement session, don't be afraid to get creative with the process. The experience will be a great memory for you and your fiance as well.