Maria and Greg Campo’s Wedding.

This post is incredibly late- I’ve been slacking off and relaxing due to this semi-depressing rain we’ve been getting and cold weather. I’m finally getting around to this and a few other blogs I’ve been meaning to post.

I woke up at about 7am, and of course, as with all my weddings- couldn’t sleep at all. I met with Maria at Dolce salon and spa in waterbury to snap a few getting ready shots before heading off to her house for more, and to meet up with my assistant Justin Clark (who became more frequently known as Justin Bieber, or JB throughout the night) and my friend Josiah Miller who was back-up shooting for me.

After a very brief few shots at the salon, we met at Maria’s parent’s house for some getting ready shots and candids.

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Formula Drift: Atlanta.

One of my favorite weekends of all time? Possibly. Met some cool people? Definitely. Awesome Experiences? That’s a given.
I had the oppurtunity last week to attend my first drift event, as well as shoot it for

My friends and I made the hike down from CT to GA in a dumped Evo X on gram lights. Very comfortable car to ride in. We left at around 10pm Wednesday, and arrived at our hotel in Buford, GA at about 12pm Thursday afternoon. Pat drove non-stop throughout the night (like the boss he is) and only making stops for gas, we made it in relatively good time.

After avoiding almost running out of gas in the middle of NOWHERE (as seen above), the rest of the trip was relatively smooth sailing- sans the run-in with the 5-0 on the backroads in NY about an hour into our trip. After hours and hours of driving, we ended up at the Courtyard Marriot in Buford. Hallelujah.

Note the layer of brake dust on the front wheels. Ridiculous.

After Connor, Pat, Tommy and I finished unpacking the car, we walked in and got our room keys.

The hotel lobby was pretty nice. Off to the left you can see a little bistro thing they had opened during the day and early evening for fresh sandwiches and stuff.

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First published piece.

I’m not sure if this counts as a published piece of work, but it’s out in public view for others to see, so I would consider it ‘published’, and I’m wicked excited about it!

The group shot I did for Jessica’s Color Room went up a day or two ago, and after getting quite possibly the best/most relaxing hair cut EVER at their salon- I decided I’d go check it out and take some pictures of it to commemorate the occasion.

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Addition to the family.

I received my new camera Friday, and opened it as soon as I got home from work. I was also- excited enough to forget to leave my windows down in my car- before a torrential downpour. Oh well. You live and you learn. Note to self for the future: Roll windows up before you get in the driveway. Read more of this post


Received my 1D MKIII in the mail today, and couldn’t be happier. I did a quick shoot in my driveway with my friend Brooke, and went inside to clean my sensor/upload the pictures. I started a tethered session, turned around, told her to look at me, and snapped this shot of her playing on my iPad 2.

Click the picture to see the others we took!

First Wedding- Revisited.

There’s a lot of things I’m thankful for when it comes to my life. I think one of the biggest is- obviously- photography. What other hobby/job do you get to go to work, doing what you love, with great, happy clients, and share special moments with them? My first wedding June 12th of 2010 was no exception, and I don’t think it could’ve gone better if I wrote the script myself. Anything I would’ve changed would be having the knowledge I have now, back then. But alas- as time goes on, my skillset and knowledge will inevitably (and hopefully!) grow as time goes on. I was lucky enough to get two very laid back, fun, down to earth clients and a wonderful location.

I recently purchased an iPad 2 for use as portfolio medium and have start constructing my portfolio. This being my first wedding, and one of my favorite shoots of all, I figured it wouldn’t be fair to my pictures or any future clients to have any editing skills I’ve gained over the past few months go to waste- so I went at it, and re-edited and sorted out the whole batch. All 764 shots.

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Vitamin Z and a lot of Concrete.

A week ago I had the pleasure of shooting my friend Nick Nikolov’s MKV GTI. He refinished his wheels in British Racing Green, and did a matching pinstripe on the front grille. He also framed the notch and is now sub-frame on the ground low when aired out. I rode down with him to Fall Show ‘n Go last year, and it was an awesome time. Real laid back guy, with an awesome, diverse taste in cars. After we met up, he had a surprise for me. He had a friend who wanted shots done too, So I said sure, why not. He never told me his friend and an incredibly aggressively stanced 350Z NISMO and was lower than a buried casket. We went down the road to a quarry/mine type thing near Mike’s garage (Owner of the 350Z) and took a few quick shots there.

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