“It may be that when we no longer know what to do we have come to our real work, and that when we no longer know which way to go we have come to our real journey.” –Wendell Berry
I have been a commercial photographer for about 16 years, but my journey as an artist—even as a human being—started two years ago. Two years ago I took my first trip to Haiti. Somehow, on this island littered with destruction yet filled with hope, my paradigm shifted—my heart crumbled—and I discovered my purpose and mission in life. It’s my hope that I’ll encourage you to do the same.
I have captured most everything and anything through the language of photography. From chefs to musicians, celebs to fishermen, artists to business people, and architecture to food—I have had a blessed career thus far.
Yet somehow, even with the most creative jobs and supportive clients, my