I'm married with three children, Monique, Logan and Lucas. My son Logan was born with Spina Bifida and created different challenges in our lives from day one. My wife and I created a foundation in 2006, called the D.R.E.A.M.S. foundation of Acadiana. The purpose was to provide activities and sports for children with special needs. I also work as a Special Education teacher. My work as a photographer is done on the side. It has always been a passion of mine, and provides me with a great deal of enjoyment. My hope is that I can provide you with that same enjoyment.
Welcome and Thanks for visiting. I've been taking pictures for years and truly look forward to working with you. My goal is to provide you with great photos that you can enjoy year after year. I think you'll also be pleased to know that I don't believe in charging an arm and a leg for my work, I believe in being fair. Pictures are important memories and they should reflect quality. They can be a family treasure for years and years. I take pride in providing you with these treasures. Please feel free to call me or email me for an appointment.
"Memories are made in the blink of an eye."
Please read this very important note about Copyright protection. The U.S. Copyright Act (Title 17, United States Code) is designed to protect photographers and other artists by granting them the exclusive right to distribute, copy, edit and publish their photography by license, transfer or sale.
This is important because the Copyright Act prohibits anyone from copying, scanning, editing or sharing photographic prints, images or media without the written permission of the photographer.
Violation of the Copyright Act may subject the infringer to both civil and criminal penalties.
Because these photographs are works of art that I want you to cherish, I wanted you to know about this important Copyright protection. Respecting the Copyright Act not only protects the rights of the photographer and prevents you from being subjected to prosecution, it helps to make sure that this photographic print retains its original value as a work of art.
Please feel free to contact me to discuss any questions, comments or concerns you have about Copyright.