My love for photography began with National Geographic magazine. As a child I would sit for hours pouring over the stunning pictures, and imagine being the one to take them.
My first camera was an old Pentax SE-Super, and my introduction to photography. I would bring it to Maine on summer trips; photographing everything from lady bugs to sparklers down on the dock.
It wasn't until about 2013 that I began to invest some serious time into learning digital photography. As a self-taught photographer I had to chop the information into bite sized pieces, and learn a bit each day.
Today, I enjoy all types of photography in the freelance world. I often get the question, "what's your favorite thing to shoot?" I love portrait photography, travel, and nature/animals. I've yet to do an African Safari but it's on the list.
I grew up in the small town of Topsfield, just north of Boston, Ma attending Masconomet Regional High School. I would later head off to Westminster College to pursue a degree in Biology.