My photographic journey started years before I owned a camera. During my high school years, I endured the classroom grind by daydreaming while fixating on the glossy photographs in action sports magazines. The images resonated powerfully, motivating me to poach my mom’s point-n-shoot camera to document my own adventures in the mountains. Through a self-taught trial and error method that burned many rolls of film, I was able to establish a career doing what I love.
The never-ending learning process of taking photographs fascinates me. It’s an obsession seeking magical unexpected moments, all the while deciphering the light to capture a certain feeling in a single frame.
I feel very fortunate to call the coast of British Columbia home with a vast backyard that has far more than I’ll ever be able to capture. I’ve recently started photographing the world of fly fishing which continues to keep me awake at night. I will forever gravitate towards the path in life that allows me to play in the mountains and sleep under the stars as much as possible.