I got my start in L.A., moved to D.C., and have spent the past five years producing documentary media content for National Geographic.
It’s been a wild ride…
I’ve crawled through volcanic caves on Easter Island, camped out in polar bear country at 40 below, accessed secret government weapons facilities, tracked a pride of lions on foot, retraced the path of Charles Darwin’s voyage, fed a camera to a great white shark (and got it back), climbed a Russian volcano, galloped with the Gauchos, cuddled a baby snow leopard, and been shot with tear gas.
These experiences represent what drives me: an endless passion for understanding the world around us.
I love the puzzle and the process of stitching images into a powerful story that illustrates the moments, emotions, and big ideas that give meaning to the world.