Photography is a passion I didn't see coming.   A few years ago I was at a point in my life where I felt I needed to find my passion.  I've always found it so interesting when people would say they love what they do for a profession.  They say that they feel like they never work a day in their life because they are doing what they love.  I wanted to find for me what that was.

It was my wife who first suggested that I try photography, to which I initially replied, "no, I don't think that's for me."   About a year went by and that's when my wife mentioned it again...The thing was, when I thought of photography, I could only envisioned wedding photography.

I am now so addicted to photography, it's almost all I think about.  It's always in the back of my mind.  The creative high that I get when I'm crafting an image is astounding. 

Initially, I thought I would solely shoot architectural, however over time I've found that I am also extremely intrigued by portraits that are black and white, or colour, but with a very cinematic feel.  I'm attracted to photographs that have a painterly/etherial feel to them.  Product photography is also creeping into my portfolio as well, something again I didn't see coming.

The CEO of Best Western International has used a few of my photos in a presentations done for their members in Honolulu.  Park Lighting in Edmonton has also entered my photos into a contest, for which they won an award.

I am so grateful to have found what I truly feel is my passion and look forward to the work to come.