I've had a camera in my hand for as long as I can remember.
The beginning for me was my high school photography class. My dad lent me one of his cameras for the class and I have never given it back. The camera got a bit dusty through college and for a while after when the real world intervened. Then, for kicks, I brought it along to a friend's wedding. And that was it. I began to apprentice with a number of wedding photographers in Orlando before moving to the west coast of Florida and starting Warman Photography in 2001.
Weddings are special to me because not only do I get to share in the love that the bride and groom share with each other, but every wedding I attend strengthens my own marriage vows. And now that I have my own children, I see the importance of preserving those special moments as well and all the joys that come along with being a parent.
I consider myself a lifestyle photographer, capturing events as they unfold. Whether it be a bride seeing her groom for the first time or a newborn's first smile. There may be times I suggest a location or situation, but for the most part, I want to see you as you truly are and how you interact with each other. I prefer not to have a studio so that I can make images in places that are special to you: your home, your favorite park, even the beach. But I can bring a studio should you have something specific in mind.
I love the relationships that I have fostered over my profession photography career and the peeks I get into the lives of my clients. Along the way clients turn into friends, friends turn into parents and take me along for the ride. I would love to come along on yours.