While I was immediately attracted to boudoir photography, the only frame of reference I had was an episode of the Simpsons where Homer does a boudoir shoot that ends in mixed results. As time went on I discovered that many of my friends had secretly always wanted to do a boudoir photo shoot, and in those moments I imagined how I would photograph these women I knew so well. I wanted to tell their story and document the beautiful aspects of them that only a few lucky people get to see. It was then that I decided it was time to pick up my camera.

My love affair with photography began as a teenager, and I quickly discovered that what intrigued me most about it was the opportunity to tell people's stories. Meeting new people and having the chance to record an aspect of them with my camera seemed almost like magic, and still does.

While my background as a photojournalist is still at the heart of how I shoot today, I should probably also mention that I've been the Editor in Chief of a photography magazine, empowered other photographers through technology, judged a wide array of photo contests, and have a mini-minor in human sexuality. You can check out my website to see more of my photos, or my LinkedIn profile to find out more about my work in the photo industry. While I acknowledge that all of my experience has shaped me into the person I am today, my biggest hope is that each one of my pictures speak for themselves.