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Michael + Sara {Florida Wedding Photography}

I love it when my job allows me to escape the ND temps, even if it’s only for two days. A Destination Wedding to FortView full post »

Michael + Sara Teaser {Florida Wedding Photography}

Full blog on my brother’s wedding coming soon!View full post »

John + Audrey {Chicago Wedding Photography}

Some images leave you breathless. Some images make your heart tingly and fuzzy. Some images make you gasp. This weddingView full post »

Brian + Jane {New York Post Wedding Session}

Post wedding sessions are my favorite. Let me tell you why… Bride and groom are free from the pre-wedding jittersView full post »

Brian + Jane {New Jersey Wedding Photography}

Meet Brian and Jane. One of the most beautiful couples I know. Their vows signify their rare hearts of gold and moved meView full post »

Brian + Jane Sneak Peek

Editing Brian and Jane’s wedding and couldn’t resist putting up a teaser. Full blog coming soon.   &View full post »

L.I.G.H.T.

Streaming rays of sun. Red pajamas. Two irresistible kiddies. = Striking ImagesView full post »

JOHN-MICHAEL & SKY BECKER

John-Michael and Sky tied the knot last month in Virginia. Since many friends and family were unable to attend theView full post »

JERUSALEM MINISTRY SOCCER CAMP

What do you get when you combine 43 hyper-energetic elementary boys, 30 enthusiastic volunteers, and a bunch of soccerView full post »

IMAGES IN LIFE TOGETHER

Have you ever received an email that leaves you speechless? You know, the ones you have to re-read over and over notView full post »

ME

I was thankful to have my friend William take some long overdue portraits of myself. I couldn’t have asked for aView full post »

FACES OF OREGON NATURE…

Many people ask why I don’t create landscape photography. It’s not that I don’t like photographingView full post »

HIGH SCHOOL JAPANESE PROSTITUTES

As I was circling sites on my Fukouka map I wanted to see, I cringed as my eyes read, “Nakasu-Kyushu’s biggest red-View full post »

SUSHI? NO THANKS

Places and Faces in Japan… I took the ferry from Busan to Fukuoka, Japan. Met my teacher friend, Heather and met aView full post »

BROKEN VOW…

“Is this the Philippines or Korea?” I asked myself this question last weekend as I found myself surrounded byView full post »

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