People often say I have an eye for photography, but I don't think that's quite right. I think I have the heart for photography.
When I'm capturing a wedding, a family session, meeting a newborn for the first time, or working on a project with a local business, I feel things, I don't just see them. I can feel the passion in those moments. That is what I capture. The moments, emotions, the connections that make you feel and the memories that help shape our futures.
Often times people ask me what my passion is. Though I love photography, passion is my passion. I can lose and find myself in a single moment when I'm behind the lens and have the ability to capture people being natural, authentic, caring, honest, and passionate.
It changes with my clients and my surroundings. A family of four, a bride and groom from Los Angeles, a local jewelry designer, a couple from Arizona, a fireman, a newborn surrounded by a loving family; whoever you are, you have a story, passion, and memories that help shape the future. May it be the rugged Maine coast, a pile of worn and tattered lobster trays, an old brick industrial mill, the summit of Tumbledown, or a small marina, I find inspiration in the authentic, natural, and honest beauty of Maine and my clients.
Like the wind, passion is felt and not seen. My job is to capture the wind and then share it with you.