I photograph because I am always curious how life can look as a photograph. The art of observation and the discipline of the frame allows me to engage with the abstract or absurdities of life in order to make sense of the seeming chaos of a world unfolding. The psychology of the camera is a great tool to unpack my own psyche, much like a mirror to my own mind, allowing reflections of perception to be brought to the surface and explored.
That curiosity and introspection were traits developed first while studying History, often giving a backbone of context on the interconnectedness of seeming disparate elements. That background has been valuable throughout my photographic career, whether working in news, weddings, fashion, or commercial works, that same modality of reflection and introspection has served to deepen my approach to framing a view of the world before me.