Collaboration · Synematika

One years journey with Synematika

So last year, I drove two hours up to a factory turned art space in Kingston New York to help support a creative type who specializes in cinematic creation. I really hadn’t met Michael Pope except in very brief passings or even briefer messages through Facebook, but he had launched a Kickstarter and asked me… Continue reading One years journey with Synematika

A Day in the Life · Uncategorized · Urban Decay Photography

Before I was a portrait photographer and the meaning of my name.

So, once upon a time in the land of Jade, before I became a portrait photographer, I was what I like to call an Urban Decay photographer. I used to scamper around in old buildings, no doubt filled with asbestos and god knows what else, and try to find captivating pictures out of the piles… Continue reading Before I was a portrait photographer and the meaning of my name.

Composite · Couple · Engagement · Green Screen · Photoshop · Portrait · Uncategorized

Melissa and Joshua- GOT engagement

Ok, so a photoshop master I am not, but I am always up for a challenge. Melissa had contacted me about engagement photos she wanted of her ring with dragon eggs. She explained that they were like the dragon eggs from Game of Thrones, and as a GOT fan myself, I knew I wanted to… Continue reading Melissa and Joshua- GOT engagement

Couple · Engagement · Family · Nay Aug Park · Portrait · Uncategorized · Winter

Kelly and Dylan- Engagement Sho

Earlier in the week Kelly, Dylan and I decided to freeze our butts off to get some wintery engagement photos at Nay Aug Park in Scranton. ­čÖé When Kelly first got in touch with me and told me she wanted to do engagement photos in the snow, I was a bit nervous. We really hadn’t… Continue reading Kelly and Dylan- Engagement Sho