Nikon D750 (2) — This is a Nikon full-frame camera body and are my main camera bodies. This camera is light and ergonomic and has incredible low-light sensitivity, meaning I can get great shots indoors in low light with no flash.

Nikon D7100 — This is a Nikon cropped-sensor body and is my backup camera. This camera gets me close-up to my figure skating when I want a little extra length in my shots.

Nikkor 70-200 f/2.8 VR II — This is my absolute favorite lens and my go-to lens for portrait photography. It is incredibly sharp and fast with its maximum f/2.8 aperture. A must for any serious sports or portrait shooter.

Nikkor 24-70 f/2.8 — The second of the Nikon "Trinity" of lenses. This is a medium range zoom lens is almost always on my camera body. It's incredibly sharp and fast with its maximum f/2.8 aperture. This is my go-to lens for landscape photography when I am not looking for an ultra-wide view.

Nikkor 16-35 f/4 — This ultra-wide lens is a must for any landscape shooter. This lens is sharp from corner to corner and provides vast views for sweeping landscapes.

Nikkor 105 f/2.8 Micro — This is a macro lens which allows me to shoot detail shots and is also a superb portrait lens with a great focal length.

Sigma 35mm f/1.4 Art lens — This sharp prime lens is a great portrait lens. The maximum aperture of f/1.4 is an incredible low-light performer and allows me to capture inside venues without the use of a flash.

Nikon SB700 hot shoe flash — This is my go-to flash when I want to use an on-camera light. It's compact and light. The strobe is very powerful and the manual settings allow me to adjust the flash power as the situation requires.

Think Tank Airport International Roller — This bag contains all of my gear, whether stored at home or rolling to the venue. It is incredibly strong and light, and is small enough to go in an overhead bin for my international travel.