As an avid outdoorsman, I frequently find myself among some of Mother Nature’s most spectacular creations. I am drawn to her soaring mountains, arid deserts and vast canyons; finding peace and fulfillment on every adventure.
I would love to tell you that photography was my “thing” ever since I can remember. However, the truth is that I become serious about my photography after going through a book on nature photography and wondering why my pictures didn’t look as good as the ones in the book. The book was called “Living Wild” by Art Wolfe and I can honestly say that it changed my live.
For the longest period of time I struggled with what it was that drives me to take photographs of nature. The best conclusion that I can come up with is that my photographs are personal representations of the places that I have visited, that’s it. I take images because I enjoy photography and more importantly enjoy the subjects that I photograph. If anything, the camera has taught me one thing about nature and that is there is a lot more to discover than what first meets the eye.
I hope that you enjoy my photographs as much as I have enjoyed taking them.