My passion for photography emerged when I was 13 years old and became the proud owner of a Pentax K1000. I reveled in photographing everything in my world.
As eye and heart developed, I came to understand the essential importance of 'play' – the core of the creative process.
Some years later I continue to invest heavily in the power of "play" as part of my working process. I’m convinced that having fun on set produces stronger work – period.
I wholeheartedly believe that exquisite, accomplished execution of creative work is the outcome of successful [true] collaboration – even more so than individual talent or budget.