Q&A

-Did you always want to be a professional photographer?

No. I used to want to be a professional skateboarder.

-What words best describe your style of photography?

Classic, artistic and clean, I’m really not good at describing my own work..

-Is there a theme or concept that runs throughout all of your work?

No, at least I don’t think there is…

-How do you attract new clients?

Strangely, most of my clients come to me through Instagram.

-What is your post-production workflow like?

I shoot into Capture One, I then go into Photoshop, then back into Capture One if needed. However, I don’t do a lot of post work. I like people to look like people, not plastic..

-What is your dream project?

I would love to shoot the cover for a Vogue Magazine.

-What is your creative process like? What are you start, middle and end points?

I start with a rough sketch that I draw on paper, I then make a mood board for myself and the team, and then I shoot. I usually keep it pretty simple..

-How do you approach posing or directing your subject?

I never tell a professional model how to do their job, I simply tell them the idea or emotion and let them go with the flow.

-What is your general guide when it comes to lighting?

Keep it simple! I try to only use one main light since there is only one sun..

-What was the best career advice you were ever given?

“Don’t be afraid to dream big.”