Pretty much right out of high school, I impulsively joined the Army. I didn’t really know what I was getting into but I knew it was going to be an adventure. I ended up deploying twice but it was during my first tour in Afghanistan when I found my love for photography. I bought a decent camera and started shooting this crazy part of the world where I called home for a year. National Geographic shot a documentary (Inside The Green Berets) on my camp and ended up using my photos to promote their documentary. I was instantly turned on by the thrill of telling stories through images. Not to sound cheesy but it’s a pretty great feeling when you finally find the one thing you want to do for the rest of your life. After exploring different avenues in photography, I found my niche in wedding photography. I quickly realized that there is nothing more rewarding than having the responsibility of documenting that incredible day in a couples life. Documenting that connection between two humans. My work has been featured on Green Wedding Shoes, Refinery 29, New York Times, Hello May, Glamour Magazine, Popular Photography Magazine, Focus Features, Rangefinder, Fstoppers, Junebug Weddings, Oregon Bride, Design Aglow, Gray Magazine, The Quarterly, Define School, Gestalten Publications, and more.