My grandfather bought me a saxophone in middle school thinking I was going to be the next Kenny G. I wasn't.
When I asked if I could sell it he said “yes” but I had to use the money for something meaningful so I bought a Nikon film camera, which I still have to this day.
I took my little camera with me to Patagonia where I was on a mission to determine what I wanted to do with my life. I came back with no answers but a bag full of black & white film to be processed. I processed it and the fire was lit.
Five years later I graduated with my BFA from the Alberta College of Art and Design and I’ve been a professional photographer ever since. I shoot interiors, lifestyle and portraits in Vancouver, Canada and around the world.
Currently I live in Squamish, BC where I bike, ski and play in the mountains.
Representation by Monashee.org
A portion of my earnings are donated to the following causes that I believe in:
International Justice Mission Canada
The Downtown Eastside Women's Centre