I capture a little of everything. My primary and most popular work is in sports. I regularly work with regional universities to cover all manner of sports as well as cycling, both pro and amateur events. That being said, I also do some portraits, events, journalism, landscapes, and astrophotography. I always enjoy the challenge of a new genre, so if you have something you want to capture, send me a message and let's work on creating something awesome.
Where do you work?
I'm based in Austin, Texas and do most of my work here. I love to travel and am willing to do so for the right price or project, though. Let's talk about your ideas.
What is your education?
I earned a BFA in Graphic Design from the University of Central Oklahoma. I have worked in advertising agencies, startups, and large tech companies during my career, most of which has been as a software engineer.
What equipment are you working with?
I shoot a variety of gear. I use all mirrorless Canon camera bodies; a Canon EOS R5, EOS R6, and an EOS R. I use fast zooms (24-70mm & 70-200mm f/2.8) as standard lenses for most shoots, but also use a variety of primes, including a 400mm f/2.8 behemoth, a 40mm f/2.8, 135mm f/2.0, and 14mm f/1.8 (among other lenses) for more specialized work and experimentation.
For lighting, I own a dual 400W mobile light setup with a 10-foot wide x 20-foot long white backdrop with stands. As well as a few smaller speedlight flashes.
I also own a set of PocketWizard's, which allow me to use a remote-camera setup.
What are your rates?
The following rate menu is a general guideline and starting point. I aim to be flexible, so if you have a question, send me a message and let's discuss it!
$175 / game
$250 / game
$150 / hour, or $400 half-day rate, or $900 day rate