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Another Las Vegas Wedding at the Neon Museum with Reception at Gold Spike

October 8, 2016 | By | No Comments

While their houses were being blown around by a hurricane these guys and their families came to Vegas to say forever “I Do”. They were just SO FUN and easy to be with.

Even though their party bus flaked on them, and I kept calling Ryan “Andrew” (I was thinking about the last Cat5 hurricane to rip through Florida – Hurricane Andrew) and their catered hot dogs & hamburgers turned out to be tacos (yum!) they rolled with every punch like the only thing that mattered was how much they love each other and how they couldn’t wait to support each for the rest of their lives.

Great couple! Great day!

Jeweler Scott Kay at JCK Las Vegas 2014 – One of the last professional photos taken of him

May 28, 2016 | By | One Comment

Inspired by the upcoming JCK Las Vegas 2016 show, I stumbled upon one of the last professional photos taken of renowned New Jersey jeweler Scott Kay. I took these photos in May of 2014, six months before Mr Scott’s untimely passing.

Mr Scott Kay at JCK Las Vegas 2014

Jeweler Scott Kay at the JCK Las Vegas 2014 show

Mr Scott Kay, jeweler, in one of the last professional photos taken of him, six months before his untimely death.

The Artistry of Scott Kay, Jeweler

High Quality Headshots for your Las Vegas Convention clients and employees

April 25, 2016 | By | No Comments

las-vegas-headshots-corporate-conference-the-wynnAre you bringing a lot of your people to your Las Vegas Convention, for training, or celebration, or recognition? What a perfect time to get high-quality headshots for all of your key people, while you’ve got them all in the same place. Or what a great way to reward your contractors or members who are out in the trenches with the opportunity to get a top-notch headshot for their website, their Linked-In profile, or other social media avatars like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.

We come to your location, to the hotel where your conference is being held, where we set up studio lighting in a surprisingly small space – we need about 8 feet wide by about 10 feet deep.

We can set up as many bays as necessary to comfortably accommodate as many people as you want. Figure on about 75 – 100 people’s headshots created per photo bay in a non-stop, all-day scheduled approach. Far fewer per bay in a less structured format (e.g., people popping in at their convenience).

Want to get really good headshots for 400 people over the course of your Las Vegas Convention? We can do that.

Headshots for AVVO Lawyernomics 2016 on location at The Wynn in Las Vegas #LasVegasHeadshots #VegasHeadshots #LawyerHeadshots #LinkedInHeadshots #SocialMedaHeadshots #AVVOProfileHeadshots -

Headshots for AVVO Lawyernomics 2016 on location at The Wynn in Las Vegas



Payment can be structured many different ways.

You can pre-pay for a certain number of your clients / employees to get their professional headshot with us. They just need to show up and we’ll take care of the rest.

Or you can pay just for our time to be there, and let us sell high-quality headshots – including professional re-touching – to your people at a discounted, incredibly good price, well below what they can expect to pay for this level of quality back in their base city.

We’ll create a first-rate piece of collateral explaining everything to your folks, so that all of their questions are answered, and they are in & out of their headshot session in as little as 5 minutes.

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Sofia and Todd – Elegant Emotional Las Vegas Wedding at JW Marriott in Summerlin

February 9, 2016 | By | No Comments

A gorgeous wedding with a beautiful couple. I loved the intimate portraits I was able to create with Todd and Sofia and their families before their ceremony. I really value the time before the ceremony when we can find some quiet time to creat these timeless portraits before the starting bell rings and the insanity starts. The ceremony, too, was simply elegant and bright and gracefully conducted by Reverend Linda Venniro. Naakiti Floral Design did their usual stunning job with the flowers and decor. And DJ Mike Fox brought the elegance, tasteful humor and casual sophistication he is famous for among Vegas people in the know. Enjoy!
Wedding Dress: David’s Bridal
Wedding Shoes: Jimmy Choos
Bridesmaid Dresses:
Groom’s Tux: Hugo Boss
Cake Shop: Red Velvet Cafe
Floral Design: Naakiti Floral Design
Linen’s + Tablescape + Decor: Naakiti Floral Design
DJ Company: Mike Fox
Her Ring:  Jared
His Ring – Michael E Menden

What’s with Canadians? They’re so freaking NICE! We love these guys! Congratulations to Lisa and Darren!

February 9, 2016 | By | No Comments

These guys had been planning their wedding for many years, checking out venue after venue. Nothing really clicked. So they eloped to Vegas. I think that’s smart! And we are honored to have been chosen based on the quality of the photos they saw in our portfolio. We had no idea these guys would be so incredibly NICE and graceful and GREAT in front of the camera. Most of the time they were so busy giving each other google eyes and drinking in the gravity of the situation that they didn’t have time to be nervous. To make the occasion extra awesome Lisa’s Dad and stepmom flew in and surprised them when Lisa and Darren stepped into their limo. How cool!


We really could not have asked for a more perfect couple to work with. We can’t wait to finish editing all the photos from their wonderful day.

Real or Fake? Are Emotions in Photography Fake if the Photographer Drew Them Out? No.

February 6, 2016 | By | No Comments

All of these images have three things in common.

First, they’ve caught great emotion between family members in-the-moment.

Second, the emotions in these photos are 100% genuine.

Third, I elicited these emotions through my words and voice and personality.

Are these emotions fake because I drew them out?

Definitely not.

One of the biggest challenges professional photographers face when putting regular people in front of our cameras is getting them to relax. Most people (myself included) are not very comfortable in front of the camera. We become self-conscious. We make awkward artificial smiles. We become very *aware* of the camera.

When creating  portraits one of my big jobs is to get my subjects to forget that they’re in front of a camera – even for just one second, because all I need is one second to capture amazing moments overflowing with deep genuine emotion. Emotion that I’ve drawn out. Pure child-like unencumbered real emotion.

Real or Fake Emotions?