My passion for photography started with the love of music. Being passionate about one artform lead me to love, create, and express through another.
In 2010 I was introduced to the camera by way of documenting parties for a friend and his internet radio station, Fresh Radio. One evening at an event I went to the middle of the street and took a picture of the cars coming down the street. At that moment I was introduce to long exposure photography and the meaning of "Once In a Lifetime".
Since joining this photographic journey I have grown passionate about the plight of homelessness in my home state of Virginia, which activated an initiative I call Homeless in VA. I have taken photos of the homeless and put them on display as a way to bring light to the those that aren't often seen. The proceeds were donated to non religious organizations that impact the community directly.
Being a photographer is the most fulfilling thing I have done. It gives me the opportunity to be the memory for those that may have forgotten the good times. It also has made me a historian by capturing moments like the uprising in Richmond after the murder of George Floyd, and the transition of life from before Corona Virus to our now new normal.
This new adventure I'm embarking on with a focus on Portraiture will convert my art to heirlooms for families. Better yet come and join the experience. I'll welcome you with open arms, a feeling of comfort, and a reason to cherish this intentional photo.