Mom’s Roy Rogers & Trigger box camera caught my eye at age of 8. But I think I always wanted to be a photographer. I can’t remember a time when a photograph in a magazine or billboard didn’t attract my attention.
I have the most eclectic resume’ of any photographer; sports photographer, food and beauty industry, bio-medical photographer, commercial photographer. This experience isn’t just one job or two but rather five years or more in each discipline.
I have worked for Fortune 500 companies traveling from Canada to Mexico, coast to coast. Annual reports, B2B, special projects and events. I work closely with creative directors, designers and owners of their own businesses to tell the story that needs to be told, using photographs to support the text.
I truly enjoy the challenges of the various projects brought to me from the even more diverse people and their unique needs. Being a photographer is not just a job or a vocation for me but rather a life choice. An assignment to create images never tried before excites my analytical side and the creative satisfaction of creating.
Those who believe in telekinetics, raise my hand.