I first picked up a camera around ten years ago when I was in college. I had a love of travel and nature and wanted to capture beautiful mountains, rivers and beaches the way I saw Elia Locardi, Andy Mumford and other world-class landscape photographers do it. I spent the next few years sharpening my skills against American landmarks like the Grand Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, the Rocky Mountains and Zion National Park.
In late college I noticed that my mother, a lifelong realtor, used a professional photographer to photograph her listings. "I can do that!" I said, and I did. I took my growing understanding of composition and lighting from landscape photography to the suburbs and learned to capture homes. Then as my college side-gig turned into a full-time career, I sought out ways to take my skills to the next level. I found architecture photographers like Mike Kelley, and interior photographers like Barry Mackenzie and I was sold. Now I shoot both real estate and architecture/interiors. I have a passion for capturing all kinds of built spaces, from quaint homes to skyscrapers and everything in between.