There is a memory between one moment and the next; a memory that no amount of posing or smiling for the camera will ever reveal. It is in those moments that we are most real, most vulnerable, most beautiful, most ourselves.
I take a photojournalistic approach to photography, preferring to let events unfold naturally rather than trying to arrange people or make things happen. I suppose this comes, at least in part, from the years I spent as a journalist bearing witness and faithfully reporting the world around me.
The images that people will look back on and say, â€œI remember how I felt then.â€ â€œI know exactly what she was thinking in that picture.â€ â€œI know that look, and how I felt when I saw it.â€ Those are the images that will stay with you. Those are the images your children and grandchildren will look at and realize that, yes, once upon a time, these two were young once and in love.
I hope you enjoy my work.