My interest in photography began in High School at the age of 15 where I enrolled in a photography class. My interest waned quickly when we began getting assignments and the sense of freedom I had imagined with photography was non-existent. for the next three years I used photography class as a "blow-off" class where I played computer games and did homework for other classes, turning in all of my photo assignments within the last week of the semester just to pass. When I got out of High School I never would have assumed I'd get into photography but thanks to my uncle, who knew I took a photo class, offered to lend me his Nikon D70. I did not want it to go to waste so I figured I'd "give it a shot". I've always loved being outdoors and hiking through trails, so photography was the perfect fit. I have now found the freedom that was previously lacking and haven't looked back since. I Hope to improve with every picture I snap. I would love for one day to turn this hobby into a means of making money, if not I will happily continue to document my worldly travels and hopefully be able to share the Earth's beauty with those who are unable to see it for themselves.
Personal Quote: "greatness can be found in the mind of one, collective thought is how greatness is achieved"