For Photographers

Wedding Photography Advanced Career Training

1 Full Week of Comprehensive Wedding Photography Business Building with Models, Vintage Stylized Shoots and Practical Business Training!

August 29th – September 2

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Speaking Engagements

April 12, 2016  Rocky Mountain School of Photography | Photographing People, Naturally


Portfolio Review

October 28, 2015  Rocky Mountain School of Photography


Free Educational Resources

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 Taking the Stress Out of Wedding Photography (written for Rocky Mountain School of Photography)

Making the Most of Family Photo Sessions (written for Rocky Mountain School of Photography)

Great Light at Weddings – No Matter What

FREE Download – Wedding Day Gear Checklist – Editable PDF



There is a reason I have a coach.  There is a reason I invest even more in education than equipment.  Having a mentor who has been there before can save you thousands of dollars and miles of heartache.  For the last decade I’ve been a professional photographer, and for the last 3 years I’ve coached, taught as well.  Coaching is my favorite job of all.  Coaching basketball players and photographers is equally fulfilling.

I not only coach, but I get coached.  I have a business coach myself.

The reason I have a coach is that I need accountability. I wanted someone to teach me who had more experience than myself in any particular area.

If you are in your first 5 years as a professional photographer, I can work beside you as you build your studio and help eliminate some of the pitfalls.  I’ve been fortunate to meet some incredible photographers and business minds. I’ve also learned a lot about the photography business the hard way, by making mistakes that would have been avoidable.

The wedding photography business isn’t the easiest career to navigate. The first few years of my business are a blur.  We celebrated our ten year business anniversary this year.  Thinking back, I would have done a lot of things differently.  I don’t necessarily have regrets, because I’ve learned essential things along the way.  But I do wish I had more precise direction up front.

Being a wedding photographer is unstable at times.  It is seasonal usually.  It is a journey of highs and lows.  Our monthly coaching program will help you:
  • Streamline your workflow
  • Increase sales
  • Increase time with your family
  • Take trips
  • Go Full-time (If that’s your dream)
  • Stay true to your priorities
  • Achieve a work-life balance
  • Give you accountability toward reaching your goals

Learn More about our Coaching Program




contact us to arrange a workshop in your city.



Photo Gift Registry

Feature List 5x5Photo Gift Registry (For Wedding Pros)

As you may know, I am co-founder of Wedding as Art.  I’ve been working on it for over 2 years during the off-season.  We launched this summer.  If you are shooting weddings, but not making gift registry sales yet, it’s built for you.

Learn More about Gift Registry Sales by Clicking Here.


SnapShotBot (For Event Pros)

We are putting the finishing touches on SnapShotBot

I am actually on the 8th prototype.  SnapShotBot has been a hobby for a long time, until I got called by SharkTank and then Millionaire Inventor.  We’ll show you a little bit of our submission video in the coming months.  We are not currently selling models but are renting them locally.  If you are interested in getting on our production waiting list you can contact us below.


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