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I’ve had an interest in photography for as long as I can remember. However, due to a mix of impatience, perfectionism, and a need for instant gratification, it wasn’t until the age of digital photography came along that the photography bug really bit. My first shots came from borrowing my dad’s Sony Mavica in the late 90’s. This beast took 3.5″ floppy disks, could take about 5-8 shots per disk, and churned out a whopping 1MP image. At the time, it was amazing; I could just look at the viewfinder, click a button and, boom, there’s the picture. A few years later I picked up an Kodak DX4530, which I shot a lot of my early work on, and credit to really triggering my interest in photography into something I might actually be good at. From there, after a few years of taking pictures on my travels and friends, I bought my first Canon; a Rebel XTi. It was on that camera that I learned how to properly adjust shutter speed, aperture, and ISO to balance a photo and get the best quality. I learned about how to properly expose a shot in different environments, how to frame a shot, and really use the camera as a tool to capture moments and make art. After years of taking on small jobs for friends, and work associates, I upgraded to my current shooter; a Canon EOS 6D which I use to capture mostly everything you see today.

While a majority of my work comes from portraits and travel photography, I’ve also covered a number of events and am available to help businesses create great images of their place of work or merchandise to promote their business.

If you would like more information on my rates and availability, please reach out to me using the information on the contact page.

Thank you for your interest.