My passion for photography started early. My father worked for Air Canada, so we went on a lot of family vacations. My father took slides of our trips, and I would spend hours flipping through the slides on our Kodak carousel projector.
My first camera, which I received when I was 17, was an Olympus SLR, and I trekked all around Europe with it. When people started telling me I had an eye for photography, and asking me for prints, I figured I was on to something good.
I’ve been a photographer now for over 30 years, the last 5 professionally. In 2014, I took a leap of faith and started my own photography business, I bought some used lighting gear, built a modest studio, and never looked back.
I have been a school portrait photographer, an automobile photographer, and a sports photographer. Along the way I have been honoured to work with a diverse group of interesting clients.
As a resident of Halton Hills for 20 years and father of two lovely daughters I have been involved with the local sports and arts communities as a soccer coach, a dance dad, and a horse dad. I'm a nature lover and hiker. I've hiked the entire 885 kms of the Bruce Trail. I’ve been involved with many local events in the community as a freelance photographer for the local newspaper. Volunteer work with several organizations, including Big Brothers, and EVA’s Place for street youth have been very rewarding. I have also volunteered with the Halton Hills Camera Club, and have served as President, Secretary, Program Coordinator and workshop facilitator.