Bride and Groom getting close and kissing in the park after their wedding ceremony in Uptown Charlotte
Fine art fashion and wedding photograph of a bride and groom lying in flowers in the park
Sometimes I get lost in your eyes, you know that?
This graceful photograph of a man and woman dancing in the streets of Charlotte sometimes mesmerizes me, if nothing but for the sheer joy in their faces.
Just for a second, it does. Then it calms and breathes you in and makes me feel good inside.
They are not real you know, just ego based manifestations we solely create.
This photo is so many things to me. This woman, this man standing alone on this rock in Asheville, in my Black, because I put them there.
Every photo shoot is a process for me. It takes time for the subtleties and nuances of each session to take form - true form. There are personalities to vibe with, comfort levels to achieve, and every client determines this pace, I just tend to fast-track that process.
People sometimes fail to understand that life is circuitous and ever repeating yet evolving simultaneously.
This photograph was created at the end of a very long engagement session. We were driving home through the streets of West Charlotte, and we came under this bridge, where these pre-cast flumes, used for what, I know not, were just kickin it on the side of the road. So I used them
Fantastic family photograph of my two starseeds. "Love" does it not justice.
I call this photograph gratitude for so many reasons.
A truly dramatic moment between a mother and her son just before she headed back to her tour of duty in the Navy.
I love family photos. Probably, because there is always a story within the story. I hope I tell part of both.
This is photographic journal series I did with a family out of Portland Maine. We traversed the east coast of Maine for five days, I documented the entire trip because she is my friend.
These young ladies are Carolina Yogi's Stephanie and Danielle, friends of mine - the funny thing is I only just met them, and you know how when you meet some people you just click - that was these chicas! #Goodhumans. We spent the day together this winter taking photographs around the QC - as you can tell, it was cold, we needed coffee, I had a camera.