Photography

| Family and Individual Portrait Photography |

I am an individual portrait and family photographer. Click this link to view my portfolio on Flickr. I book a limited amount of sessions each year and I offer gift certificates. You can also view more images on the “Photography Album” on my Facebook page. 

$300 | 2 hours | 1 location | images delivered digitally | you keep all the images I take | I will professionally edit 20 of the best images of the batch | I will edit an additional 10 images, if you find something you like that I didn’t include in my original edits *I also offer gift certificates*

|Landscape Photography |

I am a landscape photographer whose images have been used for stock photos, used in ad work, on book covers, blown up to be placed above fireplaces and the smaller sizes are placed in frames, bookshelves, used as gifts or to brighten up workspaces.

Prices and sizes vary. Please contact me if you’re interested in collaborating or learning more.

I currently have a collection of 5×5 sized prints (images below) that have a white border available now. Prices are as follows:

1 for $8 | 2 for $15 | 3 for $20

| Published Work|

Void Magazine: Do Good Issue, Vol. 9 Issue 7

Mountain Xprsss: Halloween Happenings Around Western North Carolina

Biltmore Beacon: The Haunted Farm 

Bold Life Magazine: Go Lively or Go Home

| Client Print Work |

The Haunted Farm in Hendersonville, NC for their 2018 season of haunts! The following are ways my photography was used in their advertising and marketing

The PACE Center for Girls

Used in their 2014 Annual Report, my image is on the right. I worked at PACE and created the first garden. The girls loved it! We grew the eggplants she has in her hands! My artwork was also featured on the PACE yearbook, for two consecutive years, along with more of my photography work featured at various organizational events. I was also lead photographer at their 2014 Annual ASK Event.

My images in print on the right side of the page in Void Magazine’s “Do Good” issue in an article about the nonprofit I founded