Almost everywhere I look, I see businesses needlessly using photos that won’t help their sales. Images that don’t present them in their best light. And it bothers me.
I love both my work and helping others to be more successful. Great images are necessary because we buy with our eyes. Every creative decision made is driven by my determination to create beautiful images that quickly and elegantly communicate quality, create desire, and build trust, so they’ll increase sales.
I know that if my images increase the sales of my clients, they’ll come back for more. And they do. Many have been coming back again and again for more than 20 years.
I’m able to work much faster and with greater precision than Photoshop artists who use a mouse because I retouch using a pressure-sensitive stylus. Don’t believe it? Try signing your name with a mouse.
Because I perform the post-production on a professional series, self-calibrating Eizo monitor, what I see is what you’ll get. You can be assured that when your images go to print or on the web that they’ll look their best.
I practice what the Japanese call kaizen, or continuous and never-ending improvement. I’m practice lifelong learning and I’m always coming up new techniques to deliver better quality and value for my clients. My images get better and better every year.