Monthly Archives: August 2013

The Girl Who Lived

If you don’t know Kelsie’s story, read it now. Just three months after a car accident that should have killed her, after injuries so terrible that just hearing them described made one of our friends pass out, Kelsie is here, she is beautiful, and she is strong. Also, she is legal! (Today is her 21st […]

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Stepping Into a New Life

There are very few assignments better than surprise proposal assignments. Such raw emotion, and I get to be a sneaky ninja. Once I know that they’ve told all their friends and family I can show more from this fantastic evening. — Camera: Nikon D4 Lens: Sigma 12-24mm f/4.5-5.6 BACK TO TOP | CONTACT ME

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Carissa Rosario

This afternoon I photographed Maxim model Carissa Rosario for CBS’s Man Cave Daily. How was your lunch break? Technically the world’s least-overlapped Brenizer method image. I was up against a wall, so I panned about 5 percent extra in the frame to turn this from a 105mm to a 100mm or so. This used VSCO […]

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Sneak Peek: Jenny and Jerry (with VSCO 4)

This is always the time of year when I’m so busy documenting incredible stories that it’s hard to find time to share them, but my giant mug of coffee and I will work to show Jenny and Jerry’s gorgeous wedding. I processed this with VSCO 4, which was released today. Don’t worry, I don’t have […]

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