I've been making beautiful portraits of people since the only cameras were heavy, expensive devices that used actual film. That said, photography isn't the primary skill I rely on as a professional photographer. Any photographer worth your time knows that we have to be a master or at least excellent at what we do for a living on the technical side - including digital editing - to stay in business. But what counts most is how we interact with you as our subject, and if (for example) my style matches your own... my main job is to make you feel comfortable, feel like your are a collaborator (and not a target) of the session, and I promise to say something silly enough to get that twinkle in your eye on camera. That is what I do and have been making clients happy for many years and hopefully many more years to come!
Most of my portrait work is outdoor portraiture - incorporating natural settings and backdrops that are both pleasing to the eye and fit either your distinct personality or the feeling that you are trying to convey. Also, I have a portable, fully functional professional photography studio that I can take to any location for any personal or corporate need.