I love people.While I do love sports, and traveling, most importantly, I love people. I started out in sports when I was very young, and loved getting laughs or any kind of emotion out of a crowd. I also loved giving them what they came to see, a competative game. I started to enjoy the connection I had with people, and really learned and developed a deep respect for the gamut of emotions we human beings have. When I discovered photography just a couple years ago, I became very interested in recording and sharing the way I saw people and the world. I think that shows in a few pictures in my some of my portfolios, but being myself around people I really feel people tend to let their guard down. When that happens, when people stop pretending and really show who they are, you have the opportunity to really see a person. My goal when working with people, or anything for that matter, is to really look at their essence, capture it, and then be able to share that beauty with others.

Shooting and running Maximum Performance Photography for more than a year now, I have had some great opportunities to work with and become friends with some great people. I like to think of myself as an informal professional. Relaxed enough that you feel comfortable, yet dependable enough to get the job done.