When I was younger, my grandparents would always have National Geographic magazines around their house. I would sit with them for hours, admiring the images inside the covers. This admiration turned into passion when I got my first Canon point and shoot at 13. After a few years of practice, I got the opportunity to work for a local studio, where I learned the foundations of DSLR operation and studio-style techniques.
My favorite thing to photograph is people. More specifically, I like photographing families with young children and/or pets. I've worked with several families many years in a row, and to see their kids grow older is amazing. I love building those personal relationships and seeing the difference between one year and the next. When it comes to families, I'll always want to photograph them.
I love traveling to the near by areas, like the shore or Valley Green near the suburbs. In the city itself, I love finding creative alleys with art on the walls. I also like talking to the subjects before to see where they frequent, because if I can get them in their element, I feel that they are most comfortable and most themselves.See Portfolio & Book
Photography kind of fell into my lap. The job that I had as a social media marketer at a local creative agency challenged me to provide photography for some of their clients. Once I started doing it, I completely fell in love. I knew the basics of photography, having studied film a few years ago, but I soon realized how different the mediums are. I love capturing still moments — the art of freezing time is what allures me most about photography.
I mostly enjoy portrait shoots. There is something about capturing a human being, and all that comes with them, that I absolutely love.
I love shooting near the art museum, kelly drive, graffiti pier, race street, broad street, and old city.See Portfolio & Book
Surry Hills, NSW 2010
We have a ball coming up and would like to get pictures of the crowd
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