[DARLINGTON, WISCONSIN] Boys and Basketball

The hay fields have been mowed, but several days must pass before it’s dry enough to be raked and baled. This particular afternoon there was slight summer breeze, a refreshing reprieve from the sweltering temperatures over the previous week. The boys took the opportunity to shoot some hoops, against a backdrop of flat fields, as far as the eye could see.

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    [Wanchai, Hong Kong] Modelesque

    Marissa is a professional model from Los Angeles, who moved to Hong Kong for work with ELITE Models. For this shoot, I was actually acting as the stylist and make-up artist, however I couldn’t help but capture a couple shots of my handiwork.

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      [Lantau Island, Hong Kong] Family at the park

      This was the second time I had the pleasure of photographing this lovely family. The kids were excited to see me again, which meant they were both rowdy and relaxed in front of the camera. It was a super fun day and I believe that shines through in all of their smiles.

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        [Sheung Wan, Hong Kong] Roxana & Wellington: Engaged

        Roxana and Wellington wanted their engagement portraits done in the Sheung Wan district of Hong Kong, an area known for its hole-in-the-wall restaurants and tiny antique shops. Unlike the glitz and glam of Central or Tsim Sha Shui, there is grunge here. And since this is where they used to live, they wanted their photos to reflect the local flavor of their old neighborhood.

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          [Dallas, Texas] Meredith & Kyle: Wedding Day After

          When my best friend got married, it was a tough decision for us both: Should I be *IN* the wedding or should photograph the wedding? Ultimately, I stood by her side as she married the love her life, Kyle.

          However, for the day after their wedding, Meredith and Kyle get gussied up again as bride and groom to attend the annual Texas State Fair. In the midst of carnies and corn dogs and deep fried Dr. Pepper, we traipsed around the fairgrounds in the warm, waning light of dusk.

          It was as if Meredith was a real-life fairy princess at Disneyland: Little girls would timidly approach and ask her breathlessly, “Are you getting married?” And she would say, “I already am.”

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