"Take a good look. We're not going to see this kind of thing much longer. It already belongs to the past."
~ George Bird Grinnell to Edward S. Curtis, referring to the Sun Dance gathering of Blackfeet, Algonquin, and Bloods in 1900
My fascination with cameras began at the age of 6. On a Saturday afternoon promenade, my uncle taught me how to use a camera. A few days later, I snuck into his room and used the camera to take pictures of everything in sight until I ran out of film.
Years later, I developed my love for photography from a hobby to a profession and have had images published in several magazines around the world.
Though I'm primarily an event photographer, my passion is to use photography as a tool to record history. This marriage of photography and history is one that helps keep my work fun for me. So, whenever I can, I walk around Baltimore, recording the present to preserve the past for future generations.
In addition to photography, I'm an avid reader, playwright and published poet.