About me


I think the most rewarding part about being a photographer is when after a photoshoot, the model looks at their photos and squee's "That's me!"

My journey started in 2001 when my parents gave me a  Minolta SLR. I forget which brand it was, but it was grey and awesome. I took it everywhere, did a ton of shoots with my friends and quickly realized how expensive it was get the pictures developed.

In 2005 I made the switch to digital with the Canon 20D. I was still very much an enthusiast, but my work was getting better as I could quickly see what the finished product was and I could take more images without having to run to the store to get them developed.

I was always taking my friends out for mini photoshoots, and pestering them to pose.

It wasn't till 2011 that I found my niche. I rented some mono lights from the local camera shop and loved the lighting control they provided. Soon afterwards I built my first studio, invested in my own lights and modifiers and have slowly been growing my collection since then.

While randomly at the Hyatt Regency, I stumbled across A-Kon and discovered cosplay. The cosplayers there put so much work into their craft and the costumes were so unique that I couldn't help but wanting to get more involved. Plus, I'd get to do shoots of some of my favorite fandoms. (Final Fantasy, Doctor Who, Disney mashups)

While working with cosplayers both at conventions and in the studio, I focused more on posing and lighting. Honing my skill set in order to best capture the character. A cosplayer may know how their character looks and practice in a mirror to get everything right, but there still might need to be minor adjustments made for the camera. I also worked on being able to give posing direction and to this day it is still one of main areas of continuous study.

I've had some pretty amazing adventures over the years, and have the pictures to prove it. Through it all, it is the pictures of mine that you share, that makes me love photography.

(c) PhotoPersuasion

Upcoming Events

October 29-31.

Studio Set-up in the hallway past the Vendor Hall. Waived sitting fee. Feel free to come by as many times as you like. Photos available for purchase from my website post event. Gallery link below.

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Past Events

All-Con Dallas

March 12th – 15 , 2020

Crown Plaza Hotel

14315 Midway RoadAddison, Texas

Photoshoot Sessions to take place the 13th – 15th

We will be setting up a studio style photography area at All-Con again this year. Everyone is welcome to swing by and have their portrait taken. There is no cost for the shoot and pictures will be posted to an online gallery shortly after the event. You can select and purchase your photos there for $5 dollars each. We will also have a printer for onsite delivery for an additional fee.

A-Kon Dallas

May 21-24, 2020

Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center

650 S Griffin St, Dallas, TX 75202

Location photoshoots

We will be doing location shoots at A-Kon this year and are currently open for bookings. 


$30 dollars for a 30 minute shoot. Includes 6 photos with color corection editing. Additional photos from the the shoot can be purchased from the gallery for $5 dollars for each photo.

Each shoot will consist of naturual light and studio quality external lights to create a dramatic look. Groups are welcome and you have the option to book additional slots.

Evening shoots include multiple lights with colored gels.  

Message me through my contact form or at to set up your shoot. Currently open for bookings.