For the three of you that aren't my parents, I'm a photographer and a biostatistician (this one pays the bills) based in Denver, Colorado, though weekends usually find an empty apartment, a full Subaru, and a me somewhere up in the Rocky Mountains. Now and then I'll find an excuse to travel a bit further as well—recently to Newfoundland, Slovenia, and Vancouver Island.
I've been around cameras since my parents gave eight-year-old me a film point-and-shoot for our family trip to the Canadian Rockies. In fifth grade, I spent a few months washing cars to save up enough money to buy my first film SLR, the Canon Rebel 2000. So fancy! I've shot off and on since then, mostly when traveling, but a few years ago I began the deep dive into nature and travel photography and I've been having a blast ever since.
I post new images several times per week over on my Instagram and Facebook pages, so come say hi over there if you're on those platforms. I've made a few behind-the-scenes videos while out photographing as well, so come follow along on my Photography YouTube channel if you're into that sort of thing.
Though I pay the bills with my full-time job, the occasional print sale helps feed my unhealthy habit of buying new camera lenses and booking that spontaneous trip to Eastern Europe or wherever I decide to go next. I'll still do this photography thing even if I never make another dime from it, but if you do choose to purchase a print or otherwise support me on this journey, just know that you're my favorite and I owe you a big bear hug next time I see you!