“I was 10 years old when I used my first camera, an old Polaroid instamatic. From there I was hooked. I remember looking through National Geographic and Beautiful British Columbia magazines. Those photographic images were like candy to me, I could not get enough! All I knew was I wanted to create like that and go to those places more than anything.
My photography immortalizes unique moments in our shifting environment and evokes a stirring of emotion in the viewer as well as within myself. It offers a form of universal connection between us, the subject, and a precise and perfect moment in time.
Becoming part of that fleeting moment, blending into the tapestry of my surroundings, while understanding it will never be the same ever again is spiritual to me.
I am passionate about having the freedom to explore and interact with the landscape.
It grounds my spirit and helps me maintain balance and perspective.”