I started my photography journey in 2008 with a pinhole photography class at the local J.C. I immediately fell in love with photography from there. At first I experimented with different niches in photography and now I have rested with Portrait Photography. I decided on Portrait Photography because I have always enjoyed interacting with people and being able to capture that experience in a photograph, makes it a lasting one.
When a client books a session with me, no matter what the duration, they always get a great experience along with their photographs. How we achieve this great experience is, after terms are agreed upon, we sit down face to face to go over the details of the session and to get to know each other. I find it important that you should get to know your photographers because we are usually photographing something that is very important to you.
I am often asked why I enjoy taking photos and that answer is very simple. I take photos for the memories. Let me elaborate on the simple answer a little further. Growing up, I have always had a fascination with history. Whether it was world history or the history of certain individuals. Photography is a way to document our history, which in turn creates a memory for us. Now when I am not taking photos, I am busy with two other businesses. The first being my screen printing and graphic design business and the other being my youth volleyball club. Fortunately my life isn't all work, outside of work I always make it a priority to spend time with the ones I care about (girlfriend, nephews, family and friends.)