About Me

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When I started college, I studied fine art hoping to become a graphic artist. I later switched to computer science because I enjoyed math and thinking about algorithms. It was also a much more viable career path. I'm still a computer scientist today, but photography has always been a hobby of mine. When I was a kid, I had a small film camera that fit in my pocket. When my wife and I had children, I got a point-and-shoot digital camera to capture family memories. In 2015, I splurged and purchased a Nikon DSLR, and I eventually figured out the manual settings and post-processing. My passion for photography really took off from that point. Being stuck at home during the COVID pandemic was another major boost, ironically, because I rediscovered my interest in hiking.

I enjoy photography is because it allows me to blend my technical and artistic interests. It also inspires me to spend time in nature and capture unique images of God's amazing creation. I hope those who see my work are drawn to take a closer look at the wonders of the world and, ultimately, God.