He left and came back really quickly and with no waste of time I felt a…
Like some photographers, I started out doing landscapes. Playing with ND filters, infrared lens attachments and spending hours ensuring the horizon was straight. At the time, there was nothing better than sitting around doing time lapses, drinking bourbon from a flask. Several sunburns later, I figured maybe photographing something indoors would save my skin.
I eventually started photographing people. I did the normal repertoire of glamour, boudoir and lifestyle images. Although it was fun, it got boring really fast.
In 2013, I decided a change in style was needed or I was going to burn out. To make a long story short. I started pursuing projects that would test my skills. Now, most of the projects I shoot are about me learning about myself, light and equipment.