As an avid photographer, I have had the honor of working with and learning from several amazing photographers including Greg Gorman, Lynn Goldsmith, and Nick Didlick. It is through these experiences that I decided to turn my passion into my life's work.
My approach has been indelibly influenced by some of the world’s most respected photojournalists. Hence, my work has been to document, rather than manufacture. I strive to capture those quiet, reflective moments where time stands still, and the spirit is allowed to wander.
Recent projects focused on casting a light on the less fortunate and without voice. Documentations included projects with Raphael House of San Francisco, San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention Center, and The Bay Area Heart Gallery.
My previous client work included a range of corporations, most notably Apple Computer and the Pac 12 Networks. My work has been shown domestically and internationally, including at New York City's Grand Central Terminal and Switzerland's Musée de l'Elysée.
Most recently I have returned to my Southern California roots with a lighter camera bag in hand, reminiscent of the Nikon rangefinder I learned on, hoping to find my inner Henri Cartier-Bresson.