Although it can be difficult to stand out from the multitude of talented Bay Area photographers, I feel my photographic eye and personal style speak for themselves. As a self-taught photographer, at age seven I began taking pictures during family vacations with a Polaroid camera after falling in love with the awe-inspiring American landscape. During a stint in the military, my love of travel photography was ignited, and after living in Europe for a time, I returned to the States to continue my development as a photographer. I consider myself a travel, fine art, and stock photographer, and I shoot mainly landscapes, cityscapes, and various travel subjects. I have also recently started to make forays into portrait and wedding photography in an effort to become a more well-rounded artist. I hope you enjoy these photos of my favorite landscapes and travel destinations. Drop me a line if you have any questions about my portfolio.
"The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera." — Dorothea Lange