"I live my life a quarter mile at a time" - Paul Walker
I remember my passion in cars started when my cousin and I went to Florida at a very young age and I was amazed how he could name every car that passed by with ease. I always had interest in cars but I think it was because of him that really got me into it. I started networking with people in the car community and with lots of hours practicing my shooting and editing style I've built quite a name for myself.
Aside from that I currently own a 2009 Nissan 370z Nismo and a 1993 Nissan 240sx. At this point in time, Cars and photography take up about 80% of my free time.
I'm always searching for new talent and love meeting and working with new people. Simple or complex, I will always strive to come up with creative, unique, and tasteful content.
I think one of my favorite things about taking photos are the looks on peoples faces when I show them what I've taken. These are more than just photos, these are a series of images that capture moments, feelings, and memories for a lifetime.
My mission is for people to glance at a picture and actually feel something and be able to take something from that photo rather than see it as just a still image on a phone.
A woman's body is a temple
To show confidence, one must feel confident in their own skin. It is never a competition to see who has the better assets but more of a realization that we were all born a certain way and to embrace how we look.
In todays society there is so much bullying, so many ways to beat a person down on social media and in person that I feel it's very important to love yourself.
I wish I had more time to explore. The past few years I've been very interested in abandoned buildings. My parents and co-workers call me crazy for loving it but they just don't understand.
It is more than just a decaying building. Most of the buildings I've been to served a purpose such as hospitals, hotels, schools, and asylums. What really gets me is as I walk through the silent halls, and eroding walkways there have been people that have passed, people that worked there, people who went to school there. These buildings were once a flourished community of people that haven't been used in years. I look at it as I'm essentially walking through a history book and the fact I can capture these images blows me away.
I am not subject to only exploring abandoned buildings, If I could get paid to travel the world that would be my ideal job.
This is for the details, close up's, and imagination