It's About the Work


I love what I do because it's a constant source of adapting and growing.  I started out my visual career as a still photographer and quickly became seduced by motion.  At the time I was in my MFA program, I was told that I had to choose.  Do I shoot food or do I shoot people?  Is my medium still or motion?  Am I a blogger or a professional photographer?  Well, happily that time has passed.  

I create work that has a certain style and soul - and that is why people hire me.  They don't care if it's photography or film as much as they care about my visual voice.  That sense of style and thrill of collaboration feeds my passion for tasting and trying new things; sharing the highs and lows.  I am not afraid to roll up my sleeves and get my hands dirty.  Sometimes, I fail.  But sometimes, I forge a new path that wasn't even illuminated when I began the process.  I'm still in love with the process and I'm grateful for all the friends and colleagues and stories I've collected along the way.  Isn't that what it's all about?