In 2003, I picked up a little point and shoot camera and started teaching myself how to see the light. I couldn't afford a DSLR, but I had vision and I worked hard and I was falling in love with photography. I learned how to frame a shot, how to anticipate and snap at the right moment, how to use color to evoke feeling, and how to use my presence to put subjects at ease.
After a decade-long love affair with photography, I can't live without my beautiful Nikkor lenses and my camera is practically an extra body part, but it always comes down to
and being there to capture it.
Thank you for taking the time to view my work.