|I guess I've always been a storyteller. I still have song lyrics and short stories I wrote when I was in kindergarten. In elementary school, instead of having my GI Joes put in combat situations, I split them up into football teams and had them play games. I even published a weekly Sports Illustrated type magazine to document the action. Then in high school, it was poetry. I would go on and on, laying line after line, just trying to get the pretty girls to go out with me.|
At sixteen, I wrote my first screenplay. At twenty one, I made my first feature film. But picking up the camera to fill the silver screen with images 24 times per second, I discovered my love for the single frame.
What started as a curiosity quickly developed into a passion. I absorbed every image set before my tired eyes. Learning from and admiring great artists from
Natchwey to Meisel. Fascinated by their innate ability to capture the human spirit and honest emotion.
Today I work towards a simple goal. To capture the moment. The moment a model’s eyes clear and truly offer a window to the soul. The moment an athlete realizes that this single moment means everything. I strive to capture that moment that goes by in the blink of an eye. The moment that passes at 1/250th of a second. I strive to capture the moment of truth.
Los Angeles, California