I love the outdoors, and I love making photographs. A consistent theme in my life is appreciation for good design. Sometimes it's an architectural project you walk through and inhabit. Other times it can be a piece of jewelry, something mundane like a street sign, or a scale model. A concept in photography is that light has no scale. Well I'd say good design has no scale either. The point is that I love applying my eye for design and detail in order to capture these concepts in a photograph.
I studied Architecture for 2 years at California College of Arts and Crafts, then transferred to their Fine Art Photography department. I went on to receive a BFA with honors in Photography from CCAC in 2007. Before that I received an AA in Commercial Photography from Seattle Central Community College in 2002.
I currently live in Oakland, California with my wife Haley.