Henry, entering his 5th year as a wedding photographer, thrives on the challenges and adrenaline of capturing life’s greatest moments. With a photojournalistic approach, Henry aims to capture the raw emotion of love through unique compositions and a stylish blend of lines, shapes, and light.

Though he graduated with an engineering degree, Henry’s interest in photography manifested in the Summer of 2006 when he served as an intern for his beloved NBA team, the Los Angeles Clippers. His desire to make an impact on the lives of others affirmed his decision to transition to wedding photography full-time in July of 2009.

The thrill of a day for Henry now rests in those pivotal, decisive moments at a wedding, and he feeds off the love that a bride and groom have for one another. But Henry’s passion extends beyond capturing remarkable, timeless moments, as he values nothing more than the amazing relationships he has created with individuals from all over the world.

When not photographing weddings, Henry enjoys spending time with his family, friends, and amazing fiancé Charlene. He loves exploring the different cultures this world has to offer and aims to travel to a new destination every chance he gets.


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