Photography is storytelling.
Since I first picked up a camera - my mom's old Minolta 35mm, I think - it struck me just how incredible (and almost unnerving) it could be to tell someone else's story in a static, tangible medium. Something so intimate and complex and beautiful, converted into a piece of plastic that you can hold in your hand. It never got old. And as the years pass, I've begun to see that what you're usually capturing isn't just one story, but an entire narrative. It's inviting the viewer to step into that narrative with you, to see it with new eyes, and to further become a part of that storytelling process.
These are the stories that are worth telling.
If I can help you tell a story, send me an email and say hello. I'd love to hear from you.
All photos on this site were shot on a 1986 Nikon F3.