While other kids spent weekends pitching sliders or tossing the football around, I was watching old movies on a tiny black & white television in my garage. Everything from classic Hollywood like The Maltese Falcon, and Casablanca, to "spaghetti westerns" like The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly. I was fascinated by how light and shadow were used to help tell the story, and give a film its signature "look."
Having taught photography, and spent several years traveling the US for one of the top-ranked, award winning Virtual Tour production companies in North America, I continued to explore ways of bringing a cinematic look into still photography. So while I do produce traditional portraiture, I also offer something that I call "Single Shot Cinema," which essentially looks like something plucked from a motion picture. Not just "smile at the camera", these shots capture a moment of 'drama' that draws your viewer in and lets them imagine the story that "could be going on!"
In short, I have spent years developing photography that gets attention. And now I want to use these techniques to get YOU attention.