I was very young when I had my first encounter with a camera. My dad had a 35mm camera with a telephoto lens that I swore was a mile long! Many shots were taken with that camera; camping trips, birthdays and even air shows. I was always fascinated with that camera... but was never allowed to touch it.
Many years later in the fall of 2000, inspired by an old friend, I purchased my first camera; a Minolta AF50, a cheap 35mm point-and-shoot sold in a plastic blister pack hanging from a rack at the local electronics store. Many shots were taken with this camera as well, capturing memories as well as trying to develop an artistic eye for photography.
Some years later I would upgrade to my first digital camera. I was the webmaster for a friend's band and after deciding that they needed more photos for their site (and better ones!), I added photographer to my list of duties. Around the same time, I found myself endlessly taking photos during a day trip through Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks. This trip would solidify my love of photography.
Now armed with over a decade of experience (as well as a big boy camera!), I've decided to offer up my skills to you! Take a peek at my work and drop me a line!
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