Creative Director of  Carl Spence Photography

I like to make memories out of the most rich and textured moments in life. The best rarely happen at the count of three, which is why I make it my business to step out of the studio and come to you, whether it's the coffee shop where you and your fiancé first met or your kids' favorite playground. I'm formally trained in fine art photography, and it is my intention to use my lens to paint your story with light and to capture your favorite memories with fresh and vibrant imagery. Every image tells a story.
Let me tell yours. 

A Little Bit of Personal Context

My photography balances digital client work and fine art series work. As the Creative Director for Carl Spence Photography, I’ve been blessed with years of experience working with Carl, one of the most creative and interesting artists I’ve encountered.  We’ve worked together to highlight the fine art of photography and interpretation of light for our clients through event photography and teaching.

I’ve shown in Massachusetts’ prestigious Plymouth Guild since 2012, and in 2013 I won the title of Most Compelling Photograph.  I am now one of the Guild’s preferred exhibitors.

My first camera was a Canon Ae-81, given to me by my father.  He passed on more than his camera; he taught me how to look for light and be patient in seeking its reward. I acquired my next love, a Medium Format Hasselblad, while studying fine art with a concentration in film photography at Florida State University. Here, I also developed a taste for series work.

Due to the need for high-resolution imagery and quick turn-arounds, I also joined the Digital Canon family.  I shoot with a Mark IV Canon Camera and a Mirrorless Canon R paired exclusively with L series lenses.