Hi! I'm Tim. I live in Harrisburg, Pa.
My home is filled with parrots, really just 3 though. They're a bit noisy at times, but have interesting personalities. I can't believe it, but they're all 17 years old. And two of them have plenty of years to go! I think I smile too much. When I was in second grade I earned the best smile award. I'm hoping you are happy and excited about life so that we can capture those moments.
I enjoy nature, hiking, and animals. My most recent adventure out west caught me driving all over Arizona and Utah exploring the canyons, parks, and wildlife. I used to be a musician, versatile with the saxophone, clarinet, and piano. I don't practice nearly as much as I should, but enjoy an eclectic taste of listening music. When I was four, I was set on becoming a policeman, but that never panned out. Instead, I earned degrees in business and IT. So yeah, I'm more computer savvy than most. I also fly drones. Come fly with me?
I'm the type of photographer that is willing to lay in the dirt, get stung by killer bees, and hide in the bushes just to capture the shot. I really did get stung by bees, and lived, continuing on with the wedding. I capture a mixture of creative and photojournalistic candids plus relaxed portraits with guidance to make sure you look your best. I can direct large wedding crowds for family portraits and actually enjoy taking those formal family pics. I know how important they are for you.
I jumped into weddings because I enjoy meeting people, sharing in their happiness, and telling their story through compelling images. Photography gives a new perspective of seeing your event through different eyes. My eyes. You'll receive my full attention for planning and all the little details to make your day unique to you.
I want your day to be relaxing and awesome. If you're interested in an enthusiastic, professional, and relaxed photographer who values creating quality artistic images, send me a message now. I would love to hear your story!
I've cared for these birds since they were little ones, hand feeding them a special formula while they learned to eat solid foods. That was back in 2001. The two colorful ones live up to about 30 years old. The interesting thing is that their personalities remain consistent over the years. Except for the cockatiel who is definately an old grouch these days.