As far back as I can recall, I’ve been sensitive to light. I remember all too well, the sinking feeling I would get whenever my grade school teacher would obliterate the vibe created by the natural light in our classroom with the flip of a switch. I can’t say I like fluorescent light any better these days, but I manage not to groan whenever someone turns one on.
My eventual obsession with photography naturally came as no surprise. I was hooked the instant I made my first pinhole camera and I’ve been a student of light ever since.
From the beginning, my photography has always been an excuse to seek out new adventures – to travel, talk to strangers and to try to capture a little of life’s beauty along the way.
Professionally, I’ve been fortunate to have the opportunity to collaborate with a variety of commercial and editorial clients, photographing some of my favorite subjects: athletes, artists and more recently, kids – a gift for which I’m truly grateful. I’m also thankful for the support and encouragement of my family, friends and mentors, without which I might have forsaken this calling long ago.
Instead, I’ve opted for the scenic route – always looking forward to whatever adventures my camera and my curiosity lead me to.