About the Artist
“Photography is an art of observation. It has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.” -Elliot Erwitt
Can I tell you a secret?
My camera is just a tool, much like a paint brush or pencil. Simply because a human owns a camera it does not make them a photographer. The same way as all the clay and tools currently in my cupboard do not make me a sculptor.
Want to know another secret? They say it take 10,000 hours of work and practice to master anything. This is why the great Masters would take on apprentices to learn their trades, skills, and craftsmanship. Photography is no different. Two people can hold the same equipment, the same tools, yet achieve wildly different results.
To me, the art of photography is not so much about what I see in front of me, but how I am seeing it. The angles, the lighting, the emotions. In the end, I hope my images make you feel something. My desire is that they have the power to transport you to another place and time, even if just for a moment.
I can’t wait for us to create something authentic together.