I started reading when I was four years old. I would power through books as fast as my mother could take me to the library. I particularly liked mysteries novels as a kid—you know, like The Hardy Boys andThe Boxcar Children.
My imagination was/(is) pretty uninhibited, and as a kid I had so many contraptions and mischief that I would build or think up and I was always excited to be outside exploring. I’d make up new languages, pretend to live in Ancient Egypt, and write short-stories and poems. When I was 14 my parents let me expand my borders and let me trek out on my first trip to Europe with some family friends. Ever since then, in addition to having an overactive imagination, I’ve had a severe case of wanderlust.
When I started taking photography seriously, it was incredibly meaningful to me because I didn’t have to necessarily explain my stories with words—I was able to actually show them to people.
I consider myself a storyteller, and I think the most amazing thing about stories is that you get to see, and experience, the journey alongside those for whom you are documenting. I think life is full of beauty—even in the mundane. Daily Rituals. Awe. Fears. Hope. I think these are incredible things and I love how Weddings bring these things together all into one place and make them into one beautiful, and fluid, story.
Recently, I’ve been thinking a lot about the word Legacy. I really want to leave behind a legacy to those around me. I want my wife to remember me as someone who treasured her and who was devoted to her; I want my kids to remember me as someone who loved their mother and loved and believed in them relentlessly; I want my friends to remember me as someone who was committed to be present with them—not on my phone or bailing on them because I want to get ahead in my career.
I want to take photos that are part of a Legacy. I want to take photos that matter.
If you think marriage is a big deal—if you don’t need a reason to book a flight to Europe—if your wedding is a celebration in the woods where you first fell in love—please get in touch because I think we’re going to get along really well.
Thanks for hanging in there and for checking out my work. I’m looking forward to enjoying hot beverages with you and swapping stories.
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Levi has a great heart and a wonderful style! I would recommend him to any bride!