viking | father | husband | snowboarder | traveler wanderer | dreamer | thinker
photographer of all things beautiful
Hi there… as you can imagine ... I'm Tony. I am based in Salisbury, Maryland and I shoot all over the world!
In 2017 I had a wedding in November on the windswept Caribbean Island of Aruba at the RIU, a special elopement in the American South, and in January of 2018 I'll be in Negril, Jamaica shooting the beautiful wedding of Joey and Lauren at Beaches, Negril! As well, in 2018 I will be shooting an elopement in Iceland on the Snæfellsnes Peninsula.
I am Passport ready and love to travel!
I began my photographic journey the first time I picked up my Dad’s Pentax Spot-matic that he brought back from Viet Nam. For the next 17 years I started up, and we sold a tech company, and as a software developer and creative engineer I spent a lot of time with photography, and graphic design as well as programming. This was all part of the process.
I shoot artistic and creative angles and try to break as many rules as I can while still making amazing photographs. My work has been described as “cinematic” and I am very stoked by this assertion as that is exactly what I hope to convey with my work.
I am currently booking mostly Weddings, and while I am not shooting those I really enjoy Maternity, Engagement, Boudoir and Portrait photography including Senior, Corporate and Family portraits.
I shoot mainly in natural light situations, outside and in very unique places – some of which I have exclusive access to! Contact me today to find out if I am available for your date as soon as possible.
I am looking to book at least one wedding next year in Iceland (2017), and I am also looking to book a castle wedding in Europe in 2017 or 2018. Please contact me if you are interested.
Some other destination locations that I'd love to visit and shoot YOUR destination wedding include:
A castle in England
Isle of Skye
Angkor Wat in Tibet
If you know someone who wants to get married or to elope and need a traveling photographer. Point them my way please!