Stories are an ubiquitous part of human communication, and to me photography is my way of translating that emotion to through a meaningful and psychological process. From an early age I have been infatuated with movies and the idea of narration. I found myself becoming part of what I was watching; imagining what it was like to be in the visual worlds witch they created. My imagination ran wild with ideas, and I needed an outlet for that creativity. From that, I found my outlet through photography.
The most intriguing part of photography to me is having the ability to capture, or create a unique moment that tells a story, yet leave its ending and interpretation open to the viewer. What initially turned me on to photography was the visual mastery captured by Tim Burton in his movie, The Nightmare Before …