Ben can rock a suit with the best of them.
Cassidy makes this tractor tire look so comfortable, it just might become a thing to buy tires instead of couches.
There’s nothing like a good old fashioned country sunset.
Kylee’s artistry captured in water.
The Shabanis were really fun to work with. We let the kids be kids and captured the fun!
This smoking look for Wyatt turned out so well, I think I’ll use it again sometime.
I’ve never taken pictures in New Town before, that all changed thanks to Antonio.
Cassidy had access to amazing farm implements, a photographer’s dream playground!
Tucker referred a friend to me, that friend turned out to be the talented Tanner.
I was fortunate enough to take pictures of this basketball team before the season that they went on a historic run.
Tony traveled all the way from Williston to Minot for his senior pictures and he inspired this background that’s become a favorite.
I’m so thankful that the producers of Community Rocks, a classic rock orchestra that gives their proceeds back to the community lets me join them for the ride.
I love the angle on this shot of Tucker with one of his favorite guitars.
These two are kind of into each other.
Cheerleading is more intense and extreme than many sports. We gave Cassidy something that morphed her love of cheerleading and our love of powder.
Wyatt drove all the way from Montana to have his senior pictures in Minot. We wanted to give him something to make the trip worth it. I think we succeeded.
We gave the Elliotts and unconventional, yet very hockey friendly area to show their love for their favorite sport.
Most people that know Ashley and her involvement with TedX and the Minot local arts scene think that she walks on water. Here we proved it.
The Kramlichs nailed both being adorable and also being extremely fun to work with.
For Reid’s senior pictures in Velva, we used the old opera house. It might be closed now, but it still makes a great frame.
I always enjoy hanging out with pastors Janet and Gerald for confirmation pictures. Here Pastor Janet’s son Jon had his confirmation.
Chanel’s love of music and comfortable sheet music beds came through nicely in this portrait.
Jessica and her dog are inseparable even in senior pictures.
I got started on sports portraits and I still love every chance to take these pictures.
A very cool twilight and lightning image of a Joey and his love for soccer.
Stephanie and I created this awesome composite of a dancer dancing on a lake.
The Banisters wanted a really cool family portrait. Here’s what we came up with.