Nothing gives me greater joy (besides photographing your wedding of course) than to use my gift of photography to share the stories of people doing amazing things around the world. The people who are sacrificing their lives, their families, their salaries, and their free time to pour into the people who are less fortunate than us. When I am not photographing the love between two people here, I like to use my tools to bring about awareness of our fellow human beings. During my off season I try to volunteer my time and resources to non profits and mission organizations that seek to create sustainable differences for our race. My photojournalism has taken me to over 75 countries including Nepal after the earthquake in 2015, remote Maasai schools in Tanzania, drug rehab centers in India, nomadic mountain tribes in Kyrgyzstan, summer school programs for children in the slums of Peru, medical clinics in the Philippines, church builders in the Dominican Republic, and an orphanage in Malaysia. Many of these trips and the work I have done with these organizations is funded by my photography business here in America. Thank you for supporting my cause and allowing me to use my gift of storytelling around the world.