I think "about me" pages are silly, so take this all with a grain of salt. Even the most boring, one-dimensional person couldn't sum up everything I should know about them in three paragraphs. It's a weirdly self-selected one-way conversation where, without any context, I tell you facts to try and create a grand, artistic, artisanal-but-not-too-artisanal image of myself….so here goes.
Some facts: I'm based out of San Francisco but will more than happily travel anywhere in the world. I have a hard time keeping shoes on. My camp names are Turtle and Barefoot. My new year's resolution (for the 4th year running) is to learn how to hold handstands. I hate about-me's but will definitely ask you for your four-minute life story when I meet you. :-)
Cameras can snapshot the human experience with a stillness and permanence so different from storytelling through words or movies.
Photographs shouldn’t fit into empty prompts. True moments of significance are rarely perfectly lit or carefully posed—I want to tell stories that are nostalgic, genuine, vulnerable, and true.
If you feel the same, let's talk, photography or otherwise!