I LOVE shooting interior designs, architecture, and landscapes! I started gaining an interest in real estate photography in 2016. After seeing many poor quality real estate photos, I developed a passion for creating better, high-quality images. I realized the importance of what interior and exterior real estate photographs can do, or not do, for the overall appearance and curb appeal of a home on the market. I photograph all properties including houses, rental homes and apartment complexes, commercial (Including new construction sites), and all types of landscaping. I give 10% off your first booking and additional discounts for repeat clients, have a super-fast turnaround, and NEVER base my pricing on, OR limit the NUMBER of images you receive.

I'm very attentive to composition and lighting to ensure the best possible exposure. All the images I take are meticulously edited, parallel, and with no intentional distortion. Tall buildings or some properties will naturally appear to have converging verticals. I always try to minimize this as much as possible. My goal is to provide you with only the highest quality MLS-ready images that best represent the true and realistic beauty and appearance of your properties...so you can sell your property FASTER. *View the slideshow for examples of some of my work.


"Homes with listing photos taken by a professional garner 61% more online views and sell for more money than photos taken by amateurs".

"You caution your seller about the importance of curb appeal. You counsel them to clean and stage the home's interior. Then you snap some quick photos on your smartphone and post them on the MLS." There is an art, however, to good photography. A professional knows how to use composition, color, and lighting to make a photo more appealing. While curb appeal is your client's responsibility, web appeal is yours.   Source: Marketleader.com

When a typical buyer of a home looks at an online listing, the first thing they do is look at the photos. Most buyers won't even look at listings without multiple photos. Homes with listing photos taken by a professional garner 61% more online views and sell for more money than photos taken by amateurs. It's all about first impressions. If the photo is bad, the first impression is bad, therefore discouraging the buyer's interest. Professional real estate photos are important in providing that good  'first impression', but most importantly, adding to the 'listing value' of the home.

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