About Me

My Work

My passion for Photography began thanks to my father. He created images of me when I was a boy. I only know this because I have the proof of the images of me. I am grateful to him for this because it was my first exposure to this amazing little box that could contain light for specific amount of time.

From my early teenage years, I was a happy snapper using my Kodak Polaroid Camera, probably in auto mode.

My interest in the craft of Photography began in 2013; I had just come back from China and the images I had created were not great, functional, but sadly lacking something. I was shooting on the Nikon D90 with 18-105mm Lens. 

My Breakthrough

My studies would bring me in direct personal contact with a gentleman who I would consider my mentor and friend, Bryan Peterson. 

Bryan wrote a book call "Understanding Exposure"; this book would be my breakthrough in using my camera off Auto Mode. 

Over the next few years, I would practice shooting in Manual Mode and fully come to terms with how my camera worked and its relationship to Light and The Exposure Triangle.

My Subjects

I see myself a creator of Visual Stories. this feel right for me. I create images to connect with me on some level and my commentary reflects my thoughts and feelings about the image, life, our humanity and self expression.

MY Visual Stories are designed to touch your heart. This can only happen if I am inspired first by what I see and what then follows my written story.

I am passionate about People. Street Portraits is my passion, random conversations that lead to great images

I am a world Traveler. My camera comes with me to document my life and journey.

My business is Portraits, Head Shots, Events, Group Shots. I love capturing the authentic Expression, this is a sign of trust and rapport between me and my clients.

A Celebration needs to be captured. Great Images, bring back happy memories.

Contact

I would love to hear from you.

Whatever type of your photographic Session you need, let's talk about how I can serve you best.

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