When I first got started in photography, I was obsessed with cameras. I knew the entire lineup of Nikon DSLR cameras and lenses as well as their Canon counterparts. After a few years, I suddenly and completely stopped caring. I no longer kept up with the new releases. I found a camera I liked, a 10-year old camera that I found on Kijiji (with fewer megapixels than your phone), and I used it for the first few years of my professional photography career.
For the past few years, I’ve had this question in my head.
If I had no clients, what would I be photographing?
The answer to that isn’t clear to me yet, but I know that my personal projects point towards the intersection of art and science. I haven’t shared much so far because I’ve always had a hard time fitting both my commissioned client work with my personal projects into a comprehensive yet cohesive website. So I grabbed a huge metaphorical sharpie and drew a straight line right across my photography and brain.
In this post, I’ll be sharing photos and stories from my trip to Portland, Oregon.
MY INNER BIOLOGIST IS GIDDY WITH EXCITEMENT! In this post, I’ll share with you a photo collaboration that I’ve done with Montreal’s Insectarium and some artists.
BIG UPDATE! Fuji is now (technically) an adult. I’m still kind of in denial about it, but yes, he’s a bit over one year old now. So this means I’ve picked up his poop over 500 times. Lucky bastard.
After months of thinking and deliberating, I’ve recently launched my shop page for my fine art photography prints!
For the past few years, I’ve been looking back at my photography stats. Many (if not most) of these numbers are useless, especially when being analyzed like this in a vacuum, but they’re still fun nonetheless. I like graphs.
New ways of brewing or grinding coffee, beautifully designed drinkware, extremely geeky products, and fresh coffee beans from Kaito roasters. I probably drank a lifetime’s worth of coffee over the following months.
In this post, I’ll be sharing a collection of portraits that I’ve taken over the past several months. All of them were taken in Luminarium, my studio space, which I’ve recently transformed into a co-working & studio space.