when i was taking photo in high school, my teacher said something that stuck. paraphrasing, "when you take a photo, you are preserving a fraction of time. whether it's 1/4000 of a second, or 4 minutes, you get to re-live that moment of time for the rest of your life. although the world around you was moving while the shutter was open, even if only slightly, you have now preserved time in photograph whose contents will never change."

i photograph music, portraits, events, festivals, and anything in between. if you want to work together or just say hey, email me.

other than photography, i like bota box wine, coffee, david lynch, talking heads, reading breaks, and always sunny in philadelphia.

currently in nashville and on the road as much as possible.

read more about my day-to-day, my experiences working for festivals, and how i see the future of photography in this interview with Now/It's: Nashville from november of 2017.

(photo by Evan Carter)

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