Migs is a visual artist interested in the street, documentary, minimalist, contemplative and 360 photography genres. Photography for him is about seeing the profound in the mundane and sometimes profane in moments seen. He encourages fellow visual artist photographers to shoot what moves them with purpose.
Composing poetry is likewise an interest for him. Often linking haiku, a traditional form of Japanese poetry consisting of three lines having five syllables on the first and last lines and the middle line having 7 syllables, with photography.
He believes in the brilliance that resides within each person, and it is his fervent desire to inspire that spark so each can become centers upon themselves, and ultimately inspiration for others.