ABOUT I began my career directing action sports documentaries, traveling the world multiple times over filming incredible stunts in exotic locations. I was young and self-taught which forced me to learn quickly, being a quick learner soon became the biggest asset to my skill set. It wasn’t long before I was directing music videos, developing tv shows and producing anything that came my way. In 2006 I was sent to Baghdad to gather footage of the US Troops, I brought an old Canon AE 1 and a bunch of black and white film. I was hooked on photography! I toyed with the idea but in 2008 I decided to jump into the business full time. My friend owned the Roxy Theatre in Los Angeles. I pitched him on doing a photography project documenting all things related to the Roxy for exactly one year, calling it “ROXY 365”. His answer was short and to the point “sure”. So I did. At some point during the year I posted a photo to Flickr and the next day I got a call from SPIN asking to purchase it. In that moment I decided to take a leap and not only ask for money but to get an assignment as well. It worked. Since then I have worked not only for SPIN but Rolling Stone, GM, Billboard, Red Bull, Amway, Fast Company and many more. I continue to work on video projects, still develop TV shows and I am fascinated by any content that lives on the web. If anyone were to ask me to describe my work or what I do I would say that I produce opportunities on any location where dynamic and engaging photos are captured in order to deliver a visual message that is effective for the client. With so many elements in motion its far more than simply pressing a button. In my spare time I like to go on adventures with my beautiful daughter and amazing wife or cruise the canyons on my Ducati! We have a dog name Taco and a lizard named Bruno. Los Angeles is where I rest my head.