I have been passionate about photography since a child. My first camera was a Kodak 110. I had to be very selective of the photos I took, since mom was paying for development. I also loved my Polaroid with the single use attachable flash.
Around 1996 I built a darkroom in my basement, and fell in love with the process of black and white film development. Then, in 2003 I acquired my first digital camera, and have been shooting with digital SLR's ever since.
My professional career began with my love of skiing. Shooting for Snowbasin
ski resort, Weber State University's ski/snowboard team and various freelance assignments.
As an active professional skydiver, I naturally took my camera to the skies. Shooting photography and videography at Skydive Ogden
, I was their first adopter of the digital SLR in freefall.
I am a constant student of the photographic arts, continually attending photographic seminars and workshops with some of the most renowned photographers of our time.Current Member of:
National Association of Photoshop Professionals (Since 2007)
Professional Photographers Association (Since 2011)