I want to photograph people the way they are when no one is watching. Simply put. I find that the most captivating things to photograph are the honest and spontaneous moments that last a fraction of a second.
I started to seriously get enamored with photography when I went on the national tour of Camelot. I was on the road for a year and a half (on and off) and went to 38 different cities. During that time, I couldn’t help but marvel at the unbelievable beauty I was witnessing- both the natural and the man made. I started taking as many photos as I could. By the end of the first six months, I had taken well over 2,000 photos. Yikes. I knew something was up. Did I just have an incredibly overactive trigger finger? Nope. I discovered I loved being a documentary photographer. I loved catching each and every single moment that happened while on the road. When I came home, that feeling didn’t go away.
My photography has now blossomed into an extension of how I see the world. It’s how I see the people, moments, and places around me. Click here to get in touch with me.