John specializes in photographing women's health issues and lifestyles. He has a unique ability to make his subjects feel at ease and comfortable in front of the camera. He says that his gift (of making a friend really quick) is useful when a client needs him to be in a city on one side of the country then photographing the next day on the other.
"Time is money, so let's do it right the first time" is his motto. Another favorite "just be yourself". He knows the delicacy of photographing real people, thus responding far better, which means a better image will be produced.
I'm not saving lives...just documenting
people whose lives have been saved.
OK above is the generic about me, yet it is true. The real story of why I became a photographer is quite lengthy. So if you have the patience of a millennial with three Red Bulls in them and an X-Box in front ready to play…I suggest you pass this one up.
No warm and fuzzies about a camera being given to me for my birthday and falling in love with the “creating something from nothing” and wanting to save the world with a mysterious black box that collects and documents light. Read that one on some other photographers website -sap is for keeping trees alive and making syrup for your hot cakes. The real story has more to do with real life heart break, anger, sympathy, understanding, sadness, happiness, faith, hope and love.