Professional portraits & headshots

Over the last year, I've worked with many people to create professional images suitable for their careers. From CEO to first-time business owner, I love working with everyone who needs to be photographed. I really like this aspect of my job and whether I only get 5 or 90 minutes with them it's always a pleasure getting to know them.

I truly appreciate the opportunity you all have provided me and I look forward to all the new ventures ahead.


Midori in Antibes, France

During our visit to the Cannes Film Festival Midori and I ventured out to Antibes to take some portfolio images. Pretty happy with the results!

Grace, portrait of a dancer

When the weather is bad outside you gotta find somewhere indoors that still works for dance. Instead of booking a regular studio I reached out to my friends at Petworth Crossfit and got things moving from there.

Grace is a professional dancer and certified yoga instructor. She also happens to be a fun, a badass, very easy to work with, creative and amazing in front of the camera. Enjoy some of my favorites below.

Push down to go up, Lauren

My photography journey presents me with the opportunity to meet truly amazing and inspiring people. I recently had the fortune to photograph Lauren and we created something beautiful. We originally spoke about a ballet shoot but had a somewhat impromptu photo session due to the warm weather and we flowed organically from there.

I've taken the liberty to quote her from one of her ever so inspiring posts.

In dance, there's a principle, used usually to teach levity in grande battement, but it's true of all balance and extension.

Push down to go up. Use the floor to rise away from it. Connect. Extend. I think true self-actualization and the power to make a difference in the world comes from deep consideration of
the other while striving for the ultimate dismissal of the others' evaluative judgment. Moving forward only with being and speaking what's true, and never forcing others to see what you wish they would."

Lauren W.