I am a graduate of Ashford University with a degree in Business Administration.  I also attended the University of Toledo and Clark State Community College.  I work as an analyst at Verizon Wireless for Communications & Projects.  My passion for technology, computers, photography, and creative design has really been a blessing and helped me in both my personal and professional life.  I love to take a raw idea (mine or others) and really develop it and bring that vision to life.

I am a firm believer in hard work and doing things the right way.  Many would say I obsess over details, and invest more time in projects than necessary, but if I’m not satisfied with the end result I’ll keep going until I am.  The good news for you is that when I’m editing your photos, building your webpage, or designing your next project, I’m not charging by the hour.  :)  You’ll get a thorough and detailed end product that I’m sure you’ll be pleased with!

You’ll probably notice in much of my sample work on the site three handsome little boys, Brayden (oldest), Owen (middle), and Tyson (the baby a.k.a nugget).  My boys really inspired me to start taking my photography more seriously and as they get older I think more and more about how precious these times are with them.  It reminds me how important it is that I try to capture these moments because without my pictures & videos of them I’ll surely forget things down the road.  While I won’t turn down someone who wants portraits or photography of other natures, I will always be more geared at child photography.  The innocence and pureness, expressions on their faces, really captivates me.  I can relate to this because being a father of my three boys is my most important job.

Feel free to contact me with any questions / comments / concerns that you may have.  I look forward to speaking with you.

Eric

 

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