Creative | Passionate | Life Changing

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Crystal Mountain Productions

Christmas Project

Meet the Hogarty Family

Meet the Ecord Family

People and Places

Ecord Family Christmas

Recent Christmas Photo 

Ecord Family


Hogarty Family


I met some great people in D.C. and they allowed me to shoot this photo.

Pictures worth sharing

I like to think of photography as more than taking a photo. I think of it as a moment in time meant to be cherished forever.

People in life

Meeting new people is always a pleasure. Listening to their stories, the type of work they do, their families, friends and their journey's in life, has been life changing for me.

A Day in the Park

An Idea Is Born

It begins with an idea of how you want your photo to look, feel and attract attention. 

For example, I am trying to capture the theme in this photo of  'I'd rather be fishing'. 

So, its not always the person's face I take a photo of but what they are doing that matters.

 Our Shooting Session

I like to take the time to get to know you and get a feel for what you expect from me. I don't consider myself a traditional photographer. By that I mean, someone who just take photos and hurries the session along, and not taking the time to get to know you.

Creative style

I am always looking for creative styles. By that I mean I look for opportunities instill a sense of passion for what matters most.


I look for moments that invoke people's emotions. Passionate moments in time captured with the camera. 

Capturing sunbeams makes the photo stand out.

The heart of the matter

In this photo,  the sunbeam looks like a heart shinning through the trees. Plus, there is a reflection of the sun on the lake making this photo special to me.

Another sunbeam captured in this photo with the extra element of time elapsed exposure or long exposure. 

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