I grew up around photographs and fondly remember spending time with my grandfather looking through his slides. Photography became more serious when my mom bought me a Canon Rebel SLR to take with me when I went to China in 1994 to teach English. After classes I enjoyed walking for hours; photographing all the while. It was good preparation I see now for my current love of exploration and story-telling.
My photographic experience and ability grew such that I started a freelance photography and graphic design business in 2004. The first major activity was a small exhibition in a coffeeshop in Abbotsford, BC. Since then I have exhibited my work in a number of different venues in Abbotsford, and more recently up north here in the Bulkley Valley (from Smithers and Terrace to the Museum of Northern BC in Prince Rupert, BC).
I do a wide range of photography, from commercial jobs and passports to family portraits and sport and am especially passionate about the abstract and artistic.
I love turning ordinary life into extraordinary art.