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I specialize in promotional portrait photography for artists, musicians, writers, and small business owners. I service the Detroit / Metro area as well as Ann Arbor, Novi, Bloomfield Hills, Rochester Hills, Northville, and Birmingham. I’m currently located in Dearborn, Michigan.
Visual Noises houses all of my experimental fine-art photography & video series. The work I create here explores the unknown and contextualizes patterns —focusing on context and mood to reveal underlying forces at work. Recently, my work has taken a more philosophical approach.
My storefront is where you can find pictures from your recent event or portrait session. This website also sells standard & limited-edition flush mounted prints from my fine-art photography collection. Contact me directly for access to full photo session examples, as most galleries are password protected.
I’m interested in slow dramatic panning shots that make architectural environments come alive. I’m interested in creating videos that combine movements for a seamless before/after transitions.
Your engagement & Wedding pictures should reflect your personality both as individuals and together as one. We specialize in storytelling with professional lighting for dramatic images.
The senior portraits I specialize in are those that are environmental. I prefer portraits that tell a story or narrative, and those that are rooted in a place in time. Dramatic and natural portraits are my profession.
I enjoy surreal and strange photography, especially the kind that seems to have a message or backstory. It all started when I was young, as a kid, when I began making drawings on a regular basis of automobiles, cityscapes, and landscapes. I guess you could say I’ve always been drawn to capturing the atmosphere of a place because of my need to ramp up the strange. During my college years, I moved from drawings to making paintings, which got me more interested in color theory and a glimpse of the abstract.
The photography series I make today is driven primarily by people. Photographs of landscapes, cityscape, and the abstract can only take you so far until you feel the need for human connection. Like my fine-art photography, I’m focused on working with a variety of subjects in different contexts. I’m interested in working with artists, musicians, writers, and small business owners, to create portraits that can be displayed in the largest sense imaginable.