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When you ask most people when your love for cars began, they can go all the way back to when they were just a small child and tell you a specific time when that love was ignited. I, on the other hand, can’t really recall a specific moment when it hit me. My channel into cars was through photography. After graduating high school, with a growing passion for photography and cars, I began to really concentrate on my imagery, using up the photography program at my local junior college. This is the point where I can really say that I knew I wanted to shoot for a living. Having easy access to my friends’ cars and also owning a ’05 Suzuki GSX-R 600 and later a ’03 Nissan 350Z--which I still drive to this day--fueled my love for automotive photography. It was the key to my development as a photographer. Being able to take my own car to a desired location and spend as much time as I wanted experimenting with different techniques and setups was invaluable. After feeling very confident in my work and where I could go with it, I enrolled at Brooks Institute of Photography in October of 2009 and continued with my schooling until graduating in December of 2012.
May 22, 2014
Long Beach tends to find itself on my shot list pretty often.
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