Although gear isn’t everything, it is important to know you are getting the best quality when it comes to your photos and videos. With a versatile set of equipment, you can be sure that your content will be of the highest quality.

Sony Alpha 7 III (w/battery grip)

24 MP Full-Frame

This versatile camera is capable of capturing amazing photos, in addition to its ability to shoot in either slow motion or 4K. It excels in low light situations, and has an impressive auto-focus system. The battery grip doubles the battery life, allowing a full day without any battery swaps

This is my Primary camera

Sony Alpha 6500

The A7’s little sibling, this camera features largely the same feature set as the A7, but in a much smaller body with an aps-c sensor. This camera is utilized for secondary angles as well as my backup camera. 

This is my secondary camera/gimbal camera

Moza Air 3-Axis Gimbal

For silky smooth footage, this gimbal allows me to improve footage by reducing bumps and shakes in the shot. Usually paired with the a6500, it is a highly valuable asset that adds to the video quality.

Used for moving shots with minimal shake


Sony FE 24-105 f/4 G OSS

My most used lens, this versatile lens is capable of shooting very wide, or at a medium telephoto length. The in lens stabalization is fantastic, and the sharpness is impressive at all focal lengths.

This is my run-and-gun favorite lens. It’s on my camera about 75% of the time. 

Sony FE 70-200 f/4 G OSS

The 70-200mm allows for farther reach in situations when I may farther from a subject. It offers high quality image resolution, and can also be used to render pleasing portraits background blur.

Used for shooting at longer distances

Sony E PZ 18-105 f/4 G OSS

This crop sensor lens is usually found on the a6500, and is used on the gimbal extensively. The powerzoom feature allows it to zoom cinematically with a large focal range. Very lightweight as well.

Used primarily for gimbal shots

Rokinon 85 f/1.4 (manual focus)

This lens produces beautiful background blur (and was used to take all these photos except of itself). This is my pick for portraits and photos in which I want to throw the background out of focus. Very sharp and beautiful details.

Main portraits and background blur lens

Rokinon 14mm f/2.8 (manual focus)

This ultrawide angle lens allows for huge angles to be captured, ideal for landscapes, Astrophotography, and close quarter shooting.

My favorite landscape/Astro lens

Sigma 30mm f/1.4 DC DN

An excellent mid range prime lens, this is my go to for the a6500 in low light situations. It allows for some amazing background blur as well, at a super wide aperture of 1.4

Used for low light situations

Sony FE 28mm f/2

This compact wide angle is ideal for low-light situations with a fast aperture of f/2. This focal length, paired with an 85mm gives some fantastic results. 

Used for low light at wide angles, sometimes landscape/Astro

Sony FE 50 mm f/1.8

The classic nifty-fifty, this lens renders great portraits, with excellent background blur. Compact and powerful, this lens can be used as a run and gun prime lens for some exciting results.

Used for portraits, product photos, general use prime

Godox TT350S TTL Flash & Godox X1T-S TTL Wireless Flash Trigger

My flash and wireless trigger. Simple, easy to use and powerful. 

Ideal for low light situations, product photography, model/portraits shots.