Photography has, for as long as I can remember, been one of the best pieces of my life. Using a camera, working with light, angles, and people can't be described as anything other than instinctual. My first foray into photography was at age 7, when my dad taught me how to use a DSLR.
By 14, my dad and I were doing photoshoots together. At 16, I landed my first client. At 18, my first piece (below right) was shown in a museum exhibition - and my dad couldn't have been more proud to attend. After he passed away in 2016, a month after that exhibition, I took a two-year hiatus from photography because I didn't know how to continue shooting without him.
But when I was ready, picking up my camera again after so long felt like I was exhaling the longest breathe I'd ever held in my life. Now, I'm using photography to tell inspiring, honest, and meaningful stories that the world needs to hear amongst the toxicity of today's media - whether that's of pioneering work done to save the rainforest, exciting discoveries in biotech, or just the beauty in everyday people and life.
I want to work with people who are passionate and who want to have a lot of fun making incredible art. If that sounds like you, shoot me a quick message - can't wait to hear from you soon.