I am surrounded both by natural beauty & interesting opportunities. I use my camera to document the world and print images with a focus on the magic I find.
My photos tell my stories.
Bokeh is a Japanese word that means "blur". Many photographers strive for that visual quality of the out-of-focus areas and use them to enhances the image.
Bokeh not only defines my style of work, but my life as a whole.
I tend to see the Bokeh of life... obscure, out of focus images, thoughts, people… I look past the obvious to find a way to connect with the world.
Simply, living my life in the Bokeh exposes the soft, blurry parts of me; yet it also gives me clarity.
Art –creativity– has always been a part of my life. When I was introduced to photography in college I knew I was home.
My philosophy is simple: "Always Look Up" I shoot what people miss. The small things, the high things, things that people walk right by, essentially robbing themselves of a moment of joy.
My hope is that my work inspires people to start looking around – beyond the obvious and into the Bokeh of Life.