I recently had the honor of my photography being featured in a double-page spread in Rangefinder Magazine, which is the award-winning monthly magazine for wedding and portrait photographers. In the article, I was interviewed by Sarah Kinbar about what it’s like to be a ‘coming of age’ photographer. While I am primarily a fine art wedding photographer, I also do a lot of teen and senior portrait photography, and as you can imagine with being based in Los Angeles, I have photographed some pretty outrageous Sweet 16’s and Bar/Bat Mitzvah’s! In the article, titled The End of Innocence, Kinbar notes that many of my documentary-style shots look like behind-the-scenes footage from the making of a music video. It’s true that kids do grow up fast, which is why it’s so important to have professional photos made that capture these beautiful and fleeting moments. I take that aspect of my job very seriously, because I know that the images I give to my clients will be looked at for decades to come, and that when memories fade, the photographs become the moments that define one’s life. If you’d like to see the whole article, you can read the digital edition here.