I draw my inspiration from my late grandfather, who was the first photographer in his small town. From the time I was ten years old, he began teaching me the basics of the art of photography during my summer vacations. He taught me the intricacies of exposure to the art of a composition.
Eager to put what I learned in his lessons to practice, I became the editor of my school yearbooks in both middle and high school. I formally studied and minored in fine arts at New York University (NYU), and spent time in Europe immersing myself in art.
I began my photography business in 2009 documenting events around Washington, DC, and have since enjoyed spending time doing family portraits.