Frequently Asked Questions
Q. HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN INVOLVED IN PHOTOGRAPHY?
A. I've always had access to a camera and have always known how to operate one. But I began seriously pursuing photography in 2012 while living in Los Angeles, California. In my early career, I developed myself as a street photography and portrait photographer before venturing out and traveling full time.
Q. Where are you based?
A. I am currently a full-time roamer, constantly on the road and abroad going wherever a project or inspiration is taking me. Feel free to reach out to me through my contact page to see if I'm rolling through your neck of the woods.
Q. What other artists have influenced you the most?
A. Growing up, my family had a lot of prints by Ansel Adams displayed all over our house. From a young age, I was enamored by the stark use of light and shade in his imagery of the natural beauty of America. I also find a lot inspiration in the works and documentations of photographers like Margaret Burke White, Dorothea Lange, and Steve McCurry.
Q. What is the best way to employ your services?
If you are looking for general photography, visit my Services page to browse some of my photography and videography packages. If you are looking for something a little more specific, please inquire with me using the contact form.
Q. Where all have you Traveled to?
I have traveled extensively around the United States, visiting 35 of our 50 states. I have traveled outside the U.S. to over 20 countries, including Canada, The Bahamas, United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, France, Spain, Austria, Czech Republic, Romania, Greece, Bulgaria, Albania, Hungary, Montenegro, Croatia and Slovenia.
Q. Coffee or tea?
Whichever one compliments my choice of whiskey.
Q. Whiskey, you say?
Oh, yes! Glenfiddich 15 is my favorite that I’ve ever had the pleasure of sampling, but my go-to is between Woodford Reserve, Four Roses Single Barrel, and Breckenridge Bourbon. I’m also partial to a nice, crisp Gin every now and then. And I also drink plenty of wine, not enough to garner sommelier status, I just like what I like.
Q. Can I be your friend?