I've been training my whole life to tell love stories using modern videography.
I grew up with a camera in my hand—constantly recording my family's large and small life moments. I didn't realize it at the time but I was inadvertently creating the perfect family video time capsule. These videos are timeless treasures that my entire family cherish.
It's also the perfect foundation for my career in wedding video.
Crafting the story of two people in love is an art and an honor. There's a lot of skill involved in discovering the story of two people's hearts. Creating a short-form wedding film around a couple's biggest day is one of the most challenging and exciting projects.
Helping my clients see how special their love is for each other is one of my favorite parts of my job.
Of course, there's more to me beyond the camera.
I'm head-over-heels in love with, Cindy, my wife of 17 years. (Scroll down further to know more about her.)
We're the kind of couple that knows what the other is thinking before they do. It feels like we've been together forever and like we were just married yesterday, all at the same time.
I'm an advocate for rescuing unwanted animals and we currently have two cats, a dog, and a horse—all rescues—mostly named after JAWS characters (OK, a Dawson's Creek character got in there).
I'm a total movie nerd and can talk your ear off about anything movie related. Ask me anything you want about the Marvel Universe and I'll have the answer for you.
During the football season you can almost always find me yelling much better play calls at the TV to my Cowboys (they can hear me, right?).
Beyond that, I'm just your average guy who loves a good, cold Sam Adams to chase down a piece of great pizza (maybe followed up with some of Cindy's warm chocolate chip cookies, which are the best in the world—and not just because she's the one writing my bio).