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MAKE your life FEEL like A FUN GAME,

rather than something to survive & endure.

CREATE A LIFE-BRAND

This session with the Oak Bay Flower Shop was one of my first small business documentary sessions. The owner’s goal was to humanize their business and show that they’re not just another mass-market online florist, but a real local shop that cares about their customers and sources most of their flowers locally. I aimed to […]

Oak Bay Flower Shop: Small Business Documentary Photography

Yesterday at 11am I got a call from my brother in law, Pasquale Mastantuono inviting me to document some of the story at Safari West. Located in the hills of Santa Rosa the 400-acre private wildlife preserve was in the direct path of the destructive and deadly Tubbs Fire that swept through the area on […]

A Story of Devastation + Miracle in the 2017 California Wildfires

Let’s get real about street photography, shall we? If most of us see a well composed street photo, at first glance, we probably would think something along the lines of “cool” and continue on about our day. Now, if you looked at that photo and imagined yourself trying to photograph it, you might start thinking […]

How She Faced Her Street Photography Fears

This session is special to me, because it’s of my brother and his family. I wanted to show the love shared between him, his wife, and their two boys. I was striving to capture each person’s individual personality and how they each add something special and unique to the family dynamic. I wanted to do […]

A Glimpse of a Day in the Life with Boys

The moment we booked our tickets to Marrakesh, I was hoping for many new photo opportunies. I wasn’t disappointed. A four-hour, long flight from Dublin last spring brought us to the middle of the exciting, exuberant, bustling and sizzling city, where tourists and Western influence mix with the Arabic culture. My photography didn’t aspire to […]

Skip the Perfect Vacation Postcard Photo, Do This Instead

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