Photography I’m drawn to


I’ll just go ahead and say it.
As much as I have fun taking pictures of people and documenting wonderful events.

My heart is drawn to traveling around and bringing out the best in the places.
Whether it’s a farm town or the cobblestone streets of europe.

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New places and new faces.
So while i might continue to be willing to do weddings for a long time… but I’ll be putting in more time with the traveling as the years roll by.


And for me I’m not the stay in one place and get the perfect picture type.
First of all because I’m not trying to make a living selling prints.
But secondly because I’m more of a Documenter at heart.
I just want to take pictures of everything
I am more interested in documenting, above wanting the best picture possible.


And I respect the person that will stay in one place for hours searching for the best shot.
It’s just not me… I document. And hopefully I bring out the art and beauty while i do it.


So perhaps let that be a lesson… it might not be the perfect light or perfect situation.
Sometimes it’s a matter of sticking around until it is… other times it’s a matter of dealing with it and getting the best you can in the situation.



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  1. Andrea says

    WOW!! I love landscape photos. Something so relaxing about all of these. The last two are my favs. These are all amazing…as always :)

  2. Steph says

    If only you could be paid as much as these images are worth. They’re gorgeous and you definitely have a special talent for creating Landscape photos that have such feeling! I love them all!

  3. Melissa Papaj says

    I would have to completely agree! I love documenting everything and am way to impatient to wait around for the perfect light! BTW, I love your work!

  4. Scott Smith says

    Great post, it’s nice to see a change up to landscape. Keep up the great work!

  5. ZiggyP says

    Scott – I really like the B&W with the tree. Nice contrast and it really sets a mood. The snugmug set – I nearly fell off my chair laughing with the real close-up of the horse. It is a shot you don’t see – the surprising perspective makes this a fun shot! I’m assuming you where driving down a dirt road and ….

  6. Kyla Stevens says

    Good to see you post some landscape pictures. The one with the hay bales with the snow covered mountain in the background is awesome.

  7. mickelle says

    You may be a documenter at heart, but I think continuing to play with other styles leads to increased diversity, creativity, and skill. Plus, it’s really fun.


  8. Kimbrey says

    And you do a good job of it. I love your scenic photos! JaG

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