My love for taking photographs started soon after I turned 13, during a trip to Greece where, using my sister’s camera, I took my first snapshots. Not very long after, I bought my first camera. This led me to study photography in Denver, Colorado, and towards what I have become - a photographer.
I see myself as a citizen of the world, traveling from country to country, in hopes to discover, and share, the common denominator of our existence as humans. I have ventured through the streets of many European cities, trekked through the mountains of northern India, explored much of the United States, experienced the isolation of the Australian outback and the beauty of Vietnam. Throughout this journey, I have strived to capture the light and the essence of what makes us who we are as individuals, as communities, as nations, and as humanity as a whole. By taking pictures of human, urban and natural sceneries I hope to find, document, and archive the cultures and landscapes of our world.