Life has taught me many things. My photography professor taught me that what you leave out of the photograph is more important than what you put in it. This has been the biggest influence on my work. I've also learned that the best images are created when moments aren't forced.
The combination of those two things are the basis for my photographic style. My goal is to produce images that are natural, but yet critical when it comes to the elements of photography.
It's the basis of my "photographic eye."
This is fascinating, because every composition photographed exists in the world. It's the job of the photographer to reveal the way that they see the world.
I continue to work on my vision of the world to better share it with my clients. It's rewarding to see the beauty in all of it, capture it, and then share it with everybody.
I look forward to getting to know your story, and hopefully sharing my vision of the beauty in all of it.