Growing up my father was a professional photographer, hence I was constantly in front of his lens. When he gave me my first camera at a young age, I finally understood what drew him to stand behind the camera and capture the world around him. After receiving my first camera in grade school it became a part of everything I did. It was only natural that I weave my passion for photography into my career.
I love photographing youth events such as summer camps, classes and outdoor activities. Events like these are so great to be a part of from behind the camera because it captures a moment in time that they can look back on and have hundreds of stories that go with it. It's worth every click of the shutter when I get to help be a part of something bigger for these kids.
Anywhere there are stories to capture. I love the Portland Saturday Market where there are street performers, vendors and bustling activity to shoot. I also love being out in the woods for portraits.See Portfolio & Book
Bud applied to be a photographer with his high school yearbook, and when the local newspaper heard about this, they offered him a photo job. Trouble was that he didn't have a camera and had never developed film. The local police chief showed him how to develop film and he learned how to shoot. Opportunity knocks, that's how it began.
Bud has experience shooting people in both good and bad situations. But he prefers to shoot them when they are at their best.
Bud generally only likes shooting outside of my hometown, because everyplace has fresh, new opportunities.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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