"About me" pages are silly. Even the most 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, artisnal-but-not-too-artisnal image of myself...so take this page with a grain of salt.
That being said, 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 third 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. :-)
I think cameras have the incredible ability to 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 genuine, vulnerable, and true.
If that vibes with you, let's talk, photography or otherwise!