I have had photography as my primary life’s focus for over a decade. Early on, my focus turned to landscape photography. I had always had a spirited relationship with nature and the outdoors and now was beginning to find that I could communicate some of these feelings to others with the use of the camera, and through my photographs. The endless study had begun.
I started building a collection of gallery worthy images, and in 2006, I began my professional career as an artist. This path is not for everyone, and if you are curious or in question whether it is for you, then it likely is not. There is no room for questioning, or for doubt. You become a professional artist for only one reason – because you can not fathom doing anything else with your life. That’s it. For me, this was clear. It’s an up-and-down path and can be very challenging, but it is also extremely rewarding.