Client Review

It’s always great to get reviews from happy clients. I photographed Catherine and Harvey’s beautiful wedding at Multnomah Falls in early October

When your wedding guests talk about how much they enjoyed the photographer, you know you picked the right one. Sean was amazing to work with, captured the photos we wanted, and was absolutely professional. His pricing was less than any others we talked with. He visited the wedding venue prior to the date so that he was prepared with settings. Highly recommend Sean!

Happy Halloween

The High School I teach at has set up an indoor trick or treat ‘party’ for little kids for the last two years.  I volunteered to help out by taking photos of the kids and their families with the help of my students.  Its a very fun evening and this year it was great since it rained like crazy.  Also my 4 year old daughter (who picked out our costumes this year) loves it.  Here’s our family Halloween portrait for 2015.

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Tegan & Chas – Kennedy School Wedding – Oregon Wedding Photography

Kennedy School is one of my favorite venues in Portland and one that I have worked at many times.  There are so many cool little spots and the weddings there are always a blast.  I had a great time working with Tegan and Chas on their beautiful wedding.  Congratulations!







































High School Sports Portraits – 2014-2015

Every year I do the annual ‘We Are Union’ sports portraits for the school I work at.  They are a big hit with students, parents and the community.  They have also become a central marketing piece for the school.  Rather than whole team photos I focus on a few athletes, generally seniors or captains.  I also try and have fun with them and make them as dramatic as possible.  Here are some of my favorites from this school year.






Nicola & Greg – Polaroids from Camp Wilkerson Wedding – Rainier Oregon

I still love using film and I especially still love using instant film.  It’s not something that I offer as an add-on to wedding packages because the conditions have to be just right.  It’s a slow process using a 40 year old camera and expired film so I need enough time, light and patience to make it work.  And then sometimes even with the right conditions it doesn’t quite work.  Each shot is different since the most of the film has been expired for over 10 years and wasn’t meant to last this long.  Notice how each shot is slightly different color/light wise.  When it all comes together it really is awesome. Truly one-of-a-kind photos on vintage film that is no longer being produced.  I happen to be sitting on a secret stash of authentic polaroid film (that many photo geeks in Portland would kill for) and once its gone, its gone.  It will never be made again.  The camera I use is insanely cool too…you can learn more about it and some more film shots here at this link.

I had the pleasure of photographing Nicola & Greg’s epic wedding a week ago at Camp Wilkerson in Rainier Oregon (an actual summer camp).  They were awesome to work with…but they are both fellow teachers so of course they were awesome to work with.  More photos from their wedding coming soon.  Congratulations Nicola & Greg.