Random would be a good way to describe myself. I try to maintain a child like curiosity in my day to day. I have been in the mountains since 2004. Starting in the Rockies, I moved to Whistler in 2007 It doesn't get much better than Whistler for waist deep snow.
In 2010 I picked up my first DSLR and decided it was time to pursue my dream. I enrolled in Western Academy of Photography in Victoria, BC and got to work. The camera gives my overactive personality a medium to translate my thoughts and ideas. My interests were in action sports and landscapes but my school was portrait based. I began to adapt to my schools preferred genre while traveling to the South of Vancouver Island to shoot surfing. As well, I would make the long bus commute back to Whistler every chance I got to shoot skiing and snowboarding.
In my short career I have been all over the map-from shooting skateboarding to shooting national figure skaters. Personally, I don’t want to limit my creativity to one genre of photography. I have lived in 4 different cities/towns this year in the pursuit of a better understanding of my medium in all forms. An inspirational short film called “The Dark Side of the Lens” says it best: “I hand on heart say I love doing what I do. I may never be a rich man but if I live long enough I will definitely have a tale or to for the nephews”.
I am truly a professional generalist. There is no job to big or to small. My positive attitude and ability with people and outdoor photography is unrivaled.
If you want a unique product, I am the man for the job!
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