Easy, if I’m doing my job right. 

I will go to the ends of the earth to help you feel comfortable and at ease in front of my camera, especially on your wedding day. When things go wrong, I will be a source of calm, lend a hand, and keep things moving, so you can actually relax and enjoy your time with your guests.


what’s it like to be in front of my camera?

I call myself a Syracuse wedding photographer but I actually wear many more hats than just that.

Time-keeper — Your day should be spent living it up with the lovely guests you invited, not anxiously watching the clock. I work very efficiently to get the photos you need taken care of, so you can get back to enjoying your friends and family.


Here are just a few of my alternative job titles...

Make-shift therapist — If things get stressful or run behind, I’ll remind you that it’s going to be okay, and I always have a spare pack of tissues in my bag.

Orchestrator — Those group photos with you and your family? We’ll get ‘em done the right way, and we’ll do it quickly (even before uncle Bob wanders off to find the cheese station).

Artist — I studied film, photography, and visual arts at Ithaca college, and have been in the industry for 12 years. Using my creativity and experience to give your special moments back to you is my art form.