Introduction: My photography journey began as an organic extension of my interest in the arts. By the time I picked up my first camera my passion for automobiles was already burning, so when the opportunity came to converge my two biggest interests, I was eager to burn the wick at both ends.
While I won't limit myself to being just a "motorsports photographer," I will attribute a lot of my progression to it. The fast-paced nature of motorsport coupled with it's dynamic locations played a major role in cultivating a skill set that is applicable in the most demanding situations. My personal favorite lesson from these experiences is that beauty is always found in the smaller details. And when you add the human element to those details, you find emotion. That became the most rewarding part of being behind a camera.
Details, beauty, and emotion:
I fell in love with photographing humans being human. If it is an eclectic trade, passionate hobbyist, a relationship love saga, or a creative demonstration: I'm interested in documenting it. Where there are humans in motion, there are emotions - and I want to capture it.