Both those taking snaps and documentary photographers, however, have not understood 'information.' What they produce are camera memories, not information, and the better they do it, the more they prove the victory of the camera over the human being.
I know this page is where I’m supposed to list all my accomplishments or wax nostalgic about hand-developing black and white film in my high school darkroom. But instead of giving you a history lesson about how I fell in love with photography in the first place, I think it’s more important to explain why I’m still driven to create images and capture moments.
My wife and son mean everything to me, and there’s nothing I enjoy more than traveling the world with them. When we’re on the road, we dive deep into the culture, food, and history of each place we visit. We’ve taken surfing lessons in Waikiki, visited an underwater zoo in Dubai, and spent three nights on a junk boat on Halong Bay in Vietnam, exploring caves and catching our meals from the bay — a dream experience for a foodie like me. (This is all thanks to my wife, who’s an amazing planner!) I love watching my son explore new places and connect with the people around him.
These moments are what drive me to be a photographer. I see weddings as the first step on an incredible, lifelong journey — and I want to capture every connection and every awesome moment and new experience along the way. Whether we’re taking engagement photos on an island, shooting a wedding right here in Brooklyn, or telling your honeymoon story anywhere around the world, I can’t think of a more fulfilling job than packing my bags and documenting my clients as they embark on new adventures.
Thank you for stopping by and your interest. I really would love to hear from you.