I was born and raised in a small, rural town in the southernmost part of Oregon. Growing up around so many different walks of life – the farmers, ranchers, city folk, you name it – helped shape the person that I am today.
I don't recall the first time I picked up a pencil, or the first time I snapped a photo with mom's disposable camera, but I believe I was born an Artist and have grown into a Creative Director with experience.
I first got serious with a camera in the early months of 2012, during a time when nothing else mattered but good times and dirtbikes. My first solo project was a motocross video that I filmed during a trip to California and I haven't looked back since then.
I work in photography, film and design and love all things creative.
Over the years, I've had to opportunity to photograph and film many subjects including commercial projects for companies such as TOMS and TIMEX, photographing concerts for the Oregon Jamboree and Aaron Lewis, along with working with personal clients to photograph weddings, portraits and document their lives.
My goal with each client or person I work with – whether it be personal or commercial – is to tell a story; to tell their story.
After moving to California two different times, I packed up anything I'd need to survive and hit the road to live on the road out of my truck for months during 2016. Since then, I have settled down in the rest-of-my-life home in Bend, Oregon and am available for hire around the world.
I believe that art matters, that we all have got a story to tell – which may be better told creatively – and that chivalry is kept alive by the gentlemen who keep courtesy true in their hearts.
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