Q: Cake or pie?
A: Pie. But it’s a tough call.
Q: How long have you been a photographer?
A: Professionally, since 2007. But I’d had a camera in my hands long before that.
Q: How important is marriage equality to you?
Q: What are you up to when you’re not shooting weddings?
A: Taking road trips, obsessing over beautiful tattoo artistry, Instagramming, watching embarrassingly bad TV, and smothering my cats with affection.
Q: What locations inspire you?
A: Ooh, this is a good one. I am equally inspired by downtown lofts and wooded mountainsides, by renovated warehouses and the open desert, by crisp modern architecture and bohemian retreats. And I’m always down for a location that requires a little trespassing.
Q: Flight or invisibility?
A: Invisibility if ghost rules apply. Flight if Superman rules apply.
Q: What do you love about photographing weddings?
A: In the words of the most accurate fortune cookie I ever got: “You have a keen sense of humor and bring out the best in others.” (Well, that’s not really a ‘fortune’, but those things aren’t really ‘cookies’ either, amirite?) I think being a great wedding photographer is as much about having an engaging personality as it is about technical skill, and I like to think I bring both of those things to my work.