The first time I got a hold of my camera at 16, a Canon 40D, it was the beginning of a journey. It became the way that I spoke. Through images, I found my voice and saw what could be, reflecting my nature in the still frame.
However, I slowly became uninspired and could not progress, learning that there were things more important than just getting everything in the frame right. I started to look for and appreciate the beauty and character of the subjects, whether it was the big things like buildings in a glimmering city, the stunning expanse of the ocean, or the small things, like the texture of the garnishing on a dish; the way fabric expresses itself on a person.
Away from the commercial side of things, I gather inspiration from my travels, at the same time exploring the essence of new subject matter out of pure curiosity, and reflecting them in my photographs.