A pictorial view of Weathertop Farm, my childhood home. My parents still live here. My mom runs the farm and is a small engine mechanic. My dad is an artist.
I made this as a celebration of their 45th anniversary, my dad's 75th birthday, my mom's 69th birthday and 25+ years of living at Weathertop.
I developed an interest in photography at a young age. Starting on a plastic camera with a cube flash, I upgraded to the classic Kodak Disc and finally inherited my mother's lovely old Minolta SLR workhorse. After college, I attended the Maine Film & Photographic Workshops. In 1996, I moved to New York City. As a freelance photographer in NYC, my clients included Halston, Bear USA and Weatherproof. In partnership with Joseph Cartright, I tested some of the first professional DSLRs and medium format digital backs. Moving to Minneapolis reignited my love of photography. Whether working on corporate headshots, fashion, still lifes or portraits, I bring creativity and passion to every project. My clients enjoy a memorable experience on the day, as well as a beautiful and professional end product.