Most photographer’s biographies are ridden with cliche’ mumbo jumbo with words like passion and love. It’s almost as if photographers have to say in words how much photography means to them.
[gn_heading style="1"]I PREFER MY PICTURES TO SAY EVERYTHING THAT NEEDS TO BE SAID.[/gn_heading]
[wpcol_1third id="" class="" style=""][I] have worked in all industries, ranging from preparing DVD’s for rental at Blockbuster (got out of that sinking ship), to being an On-Air Radio Personality for Clear Channel (Kid Rock made sure his bodyguard was beside him when I interviewed him, no joke), popping popcorn for Twi-hards (worst.name.ever) at a movie theater, and even teaching English to young, overworked and underloved children in South Korea.[/wpcol_1third] [wpcol_1third id="" class="" style=""][I]‘ve been doing photography since 2004, being published worldwide in magazines such as Alternative Press, Revolver, Metal Edge, Metal Hammer, Metal Maniacs, Yamaha, and many more. If I could pick any two magazines I have my sights on to be published in the future, it would have to be Vogue and National Geographic. I guess I better start taking more pictures of beautiful women in Haute Couture and less of grizzly dudes with massive beards.[/wpcol_1third] [wpcol_1third_end id="" class="" style=""][T]here are so many subjects in photography, and I guess you could say I dabble in them all; ranging from infants to landscapes to weddings. One client asked me what kind of pictures would I prefer to make a living doing. Seeing as I was taking pictures of her daughter, I probably shouldn’t have been so truthful saying, “If I had it my way, I would never take a picture of a human being ever again.” Thank Iceland for that response.[/wpcol_1third_end]
At almost 30-years-old, I’ve been fortunate enough to travel the world and capture memories for myself and many others.
[gn_heading style="1"]…AND CREATING MEMORIES IS THE ONLY THING THAT REALLY MATTERS.[/gn_heading]