Photography for me began as a summer romance; with blurry light leaked photos from a trip to the river, or underwater disposable cameras bringing secrets back from the depths. I was enthralled by the whole process; the anticipation waiting for film to be developed, the excitement of seeing the shots that turned out the way you had envisioned, the surprise and laughter at the silly moments you may or may not have meant to capture. Then finding those photos in a shoe box years later, a little time capsule, reminding you of how you've changed and how you're the same. The process may be instantaneous now, but the response remains the same. This, to me, is magic.

In 2019, I began dabbling as a portrait photographer. During the pandemic shutdown I pivoted into a full time product photography role. Currently, I continue exploring both disciplines as a freelancer. You can have a look at both portfolios here.