I am a 23 year old Photographic Artist based out of Southern California. As a child, yearly trips to the Oregon Coast instilled in me a love of wilderness landscapes and an urge to explore and create in these locations. I earned a Bachelor's Degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from UCLA in an effort to better understand and preserve the environment that I derive my passion and inspiration from. With an occupation in Project Engineering and General Contracting, I understand the design and construction of a living space from start to finish and realize the importance that Fine Art brings to your home. Through my photography, I do not seek to strictly document what is seen in nature. Instead, I create unique interpretations of scenes that express thoughts and emotions and embody the wildness of the location. Furthermore, I seek to inspire others to get to know nature and understand the importance of wilderness. I want everyone in current and future generations to be able to experience the same sense of wonder and freedom that I feel every time I step foot into the wild.
Please view my "Prints" page to learn how Fine Art can enrich the living experience in your home. I also create commercial work - I enjoy telling stories through my art and am available for commission to create works of art that meet your needs, whatever they may be.
Want to work together? I'd like to know what I can do for you. Use the contact link above and let's chat!
Awards and Publication:
2016 Red Bull / Vice Magazine "Campus Lens" Contest winner.
3x Semifinalist in 2016 Adobe Design and Achievement Awards.
"Thousand Mosquito Lake" - Published in Visit Mammoth's "No Small Adventure" ad campaign (2017 & 2018).
1st Place in 2017 UCLA Student Photography Contest.
1st Place and Runner-Up in 2016 UCLA Student Photography Contest.
2nd Place in 2017 UCLA Student Fine Art Contest.
Dean's Runner-Up in 2015 UCLA Holiday Card Art Contest
"King of the World" - Published as cover of Official UCLA 2015-2016 Calendar which sells thousands of copies in the student store.