When did you start your photographic career?
I have dedicated myself to the art of photography, and diligently curated an experienced background over the last 18 years. Starting in 1997, my high school finally added photography to the curriculum. I fell in love, and with the push of my teacher, family and friends I choose my path to becoming a professional photographer. After graduating Antonelli College in 2000, I assisted for many of Cincinnati's top commercial photographers, including working as a digital technician for fashion photographer Annette Navarro, catalogued and edited for editorial photographer Ryan Pyle in Shanghai China for Newsweek and the Wall Street Journal, all before creating my own studio in 2009.
Do you only shoot weddings?
No. My unique approach to wedding photography has landed me ad campaigns for Apple, event photography for Google, GE, P&G, and editorial work BoleroMen (Swiss Men's Magazine), Catholic Extension Magazine, Huntington Quarterly, Jimmy John's, Santa Cruz Surfboards, as well as Corporate portraits for FRCH, Bank of America, FLHC, and Kroger. But first and foremost, I’m a wedding photographer, and proud of it! You will never see buzz words on my website. I’m not a photojournalist, lifestyle, fine art photographer, or any catchy names. My catchy marketing buzz word is Wedding Photographer.
Do you have a certain style?
Yes, but I can't give away all my secrets away online. Please contact me for more information. ;)
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