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Growing up, I've always had cameras in my hand.  Over the years, my interest in photography kept on growing.  I have always shot landscape photos and, more recently, started exploring new territory to expand my knowledge.


Over the past few years, I have been expanding my portfolio and building relationships with new clients trying to get my name out on the market.  


Today I am pursuing what I never thought would go from just taking a photo of a mountain in Montana to winning awards for images I have been shooting. All from starting off using my parent's 8MP Canon Rebel DSLR. 


I strive for perfection in my photos, looking at every little detail to ensure that I am confident that the image looks its best.  I push my limits, expectations are exceeded, and new friendships are made.  

With every photo I shoot, my mission is to exceed my boundaries and try to shoot that photo better than the last.  


I look into the vast horizon and see new adventures with no limits and new challenges. 

Whenever I use my camera or my drone, I have a smile on my face.

I do what I love. I love what I do. 



I shoot many different scenes in many different environments. Most of them include landscapes, abstracts, and aerial photos. I am not only a photographer but also a cartographer. 

I have a degree in Geology and one in GIS mapping from the University of Wisconsin. With both of the degrees, it expands my knowledge and ability to shoot whatever is needed, from detailed work like mapping lava flows in Iceland to a simple photo of a tractor in a field. 

The most ironic part of my photography career, besides just shooting whatever, is that I started by buying a used DJI Phantom 2 drone. I bought it from someone thinking it might be fun to learn how to use it since aerial photography was still a new way to shoot. Since then, I have kept upgrading my equipment to the latest technology.  

Today my clients include NASA, the University of Idaho, the University of Wisconsin, CLAAS, John Deere, AGCO Agriculture, The Government of Iceland, and many others.










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