I am an Alabama based film photographer applying a photojournalistic approach to both my personal and commissioned work, in that it remains both honest and impartial, in order to provide the most factual record of a given moment in time.
This approach allows me to capture life as it unfolds; intimate, fast-paced storytelling through a candid lens. It is paired as well with a wedding as it is a day at home with family. Imagine a fly on the wall. A raw look into a beautiful life; unplanned and unfiltered.
I work exclusively with black and white film during my photojournalistic outings as the entire purpose serves to capture a fleeting moment. I have found that limits breed creativity and in this case not only am I afforded the aesthetic of a timeless image but I am also encouraged to maintain focus on people and the moments they inhabit rather than the things around them.
My branding work however, often requires a strong focus on products and architecture to tell a client's story. I create a strong sense of familiarity by employing the use of color film and paying a significant amount of attention to the most minute details.
- 3 framed Polaroids in alabaster mattes
- A beautiful 5x5 linen lined glass and steel display box houses each remaining Polaroid.
- The back of each Polaroid is stamped with the session date
New York Times
Garden & Gun
1000 Layer Cake
The Photo Wedding
I Am the F Bomb
The Birmingham Bride
Montgomery Business Journal