Picking up a camera was a gift. It taught me to see, to empathize, to travel broadly and fearlessly.
It wouldn’t have happened with out my dad. He used to teach photography and showed me how to use his old manual 35mm camera one day, but it didn’t stick.
Years later, when I knew myself better, he showed me his first edition copy of The Americans and told me that it had changed his life. That was it; I’ve rarely left home without a camera since that day.
These photos are loosely chosen from around a decade of photographs with no objective other than to prevent them from sitting unseen on a hard drive. More photos on Instagram. Some are also available as prints. Others are available upon request. I am also available for commissioned work.
Mostly shot on Fuji X-Series gear or Portra 35mm film.