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Most recently watched movie: Magnificent Seven
Most consumed beverage of the week: Pepsi
Random Personal Facts
It's amazing how many photographers use buzzwords like "storyteller," "big day," "passion" or "preservation" yet their commitment is only website-deep. They never offer a story before a price sheet, much less have ever produced an album, and their passion peters out when it's been three months and you haven't seen any pictures.
You're worth so much more, which is why I've trained in person with the world's elite wedding photographers Jerry Ghionis and Doug Gordon. Why I've invested in the education and tools necessary to serve you. Why I'm a member of the Horicon Chamber of Commerce and the Professional Photographers of America.
Your wedding memories are so important, I don't spread myself thin chasing every market from baby portraits to commercial work. Weddings too big a commitment -- usually 40+ hours -- for you to get anything less than a specialist. Besides, I already do all those different kinds of photography on the wedding day.
I live in Horicon with my wife, Heather, who's a cancer registrar at a regional hospital. The details of her day-to-day work, however, are in a medical language I don't understand. :-D So, I offer this definition according to the National Cancer Registry Association: "Cancer registrars are data information specialists that capture a complete history, diagnosis, treatment, and health status for every cancer patient in the U.S."
Together, we enjoy spending time with our two new foster girls, Hailey and Ellie (so new, a portrait is pending). We love horror and sci-fi movies and TV shows, trying new restaurants, day-trips, seeing the United States, board games, hiking. I enjoy RC planes, golf and Ralph Lauren. Heather loves walking, McDonald's Diet Coke.
Professional Photographers of America Member since 2012