I’m a portrait Photographer since 2006, I prefer taking images of anything real, such as the celebratory nature of weddings, family photos, babies, as well professional headshots, artistic portraits and events. But rather than picking the images I like best, I prefer to send a selection of images to my clients and let them choose what they like.
I manage a variety of clients who want to build their personal brands, enhance their web presence, leverage their social media engagement, and increase their exposure with distinctive videos. These include healthcare practitioners, artists, jazz musicians, concert performers, acting companies, attorneys, teachers, and more.
My videography is in demand with corporate clients, business-to-business clients, entrepreneurs, and anyone open to new ideas to showcase their personalities or who want to talk passionately about their companies.
I don’t interview clients; that’s just not my style. Instead, I’m a visual storyteller with a distinctive style. I ask questions. I observe. I take the time to let my clients open up to me. I then gently guide them instead of telling them what to do. It’s all part of the process of intuitive camera work. I also ask them, “What’s your best side?” “What do you want to accomplish?” And “what’s the key takeaway?”