I’m a photographer.
Although I was introduced to photography quite young, I didn’t get addicted to it until I was in high school. I took a class and fell in love with the darkroom. The magic (and science) of seeing an image come to life for the first time is incredible. For nearly a decade, I developed film in a bathroom. I printed photos in borrowed or rented spaces just to keep the skills alive. As technology progressed, I started having my film scanned and began editing on the computer. It allowed me to share my craft with others. I wasn’t quite ready to give up film until I started traveling more extensively. Now, after years of digital, I'm shooting film again - this time with a preference for old cameras - as I embrace anew the process of analog photography.
Today I carry a camera with me everywhere just in case I see something worth capturing. I like to capture landscapes, portraits, little life details and so much more.
Wine? Yes Please.
If you haven't guessed by the photography, I like to travel. And I like to travel to wine regions. My love for wine has been present since a study abroad experience at age 16.
Today I live in Burgundy, France where I work in the wine industry, fulfilling a longtime dream.
What else do you need to know?
I like art. I’m obsessed with food. I love to travel (former tour guide in France). I am a road cyclist who has an affinity for mountain biking. I like being outside and I love to ski.