I have been interested in cameras for as long as I can remember. In 2010, i finally afforded myself a professional camera, computer, and editing software and have been at it ever since. It is my absolute passion (other than being a single dad to an amazing daughter) ad I often times don't feel like I'm "working" when I'm creating and collaborating. The creative process is an essential part of my my life and I do what I can to ensure I'm doing it in some form every day.
ALL OF IT! But truly, I just love the idea on not only helping people, but I really love adding positivity and good into the world with what I create.
What types of shoots have you done and how did you make them special?
I've done all kids of different shoots, but the most memorable are the ones in which I get a call and can hear the emotion in my client's voice regarding how happy and moves they are with what we created.
Awards, honors, and recognitions received
Just a lot of self pride. No awards yet.
A fun fact about this photographer
I was one of 3 people to ever ride up in the Arch with The Stanley Cup and filmed it's official visit to the Arch.
A video I shot and edited is now being used as the "poster child" for any other videos of it's kind for The Department of the Interior.
I filmed an interview with Peter Yarrow (from Peter, Paul, and Mary) at his home in the upper west side of NYC.
I spent a week at Delancy Street in San Francisco living with, filmed, and interviewed reformed criminals, gang members and murderers.
I have a podcast in which I have candid conversations with creatives.
I've been published in the 2019 Saint Louis Scout Guide (Walbrandt Technologies)