I am a conceptual photographer, based in NE Oregon. What started 6 years ago, has turned from something new and fun, to a passion that has connected with my soul.
I work within both a digital and film environment. My “go to” is a Nikon D7100 and for medium format, Bronica SQ-ai.
I draw my inspiration from photographers like Sally Mann, Ryan Muirhead, the weather and even my mood. I am comfortable in a plethora of genres but have found a deep connection with fine art.
Portrait sessions begin at $300. I require a 50% non-refundable retainer to book your session. Please contact me for a phone consultation and shoot brain storming session. I specialize in fine art conceptual photography, each session is custom quoted.
Gothesque Magazine, Gothesque Jr and Dye Magazine are a few magazines I have been published in over the years. My first publication was Gothesque Magazine’s July 2013 issue. During 2013, I was also a part of the Oregon Historical Society’s Project Dayshoot. July 15, 1983, numerous photographers spent a 24-hour period capturing daily life across the state of Oregon.
This venture was called, Project Dayshoot and produced a book, One Average Day. For the 30th anniversary, original and new photographers collaborated images throughout Oregon. I was one of the new contributors and covered Umatilla and Morrow counties. My work was featured in project related articles and exhibits throughout Oregon.