San Francisco based photographer, artist, voyeur, educator, ne'er-do-well. I dig analog stuff, Jack Daniel's, tattoos, long walks on the beach and poking dead things with sticks.
I have 2 plates, 14 screws and a 12 inch titanium rod in my legs. Long story...
I work almost exclusively with film. Incidentally, I teach a digital photography class. Go figure.
I was born on a Monday in Wyandotte, a small suburb of Detroit, and spent my entire childhood in Southeastern Michigan. My fascination with photography began at an early age, my first camera was a Fisher-Price / Kodak 110 at seven years old. At thirteen I borrowed my father's Minolta and never gave it back. I still have it today.
I attended university in San Francisco, California, receiving a Bachelor of Fine Arts with a focus in documentary photography. I continue to live in San Francisco today, working on various personal projects and the occasional freelance gig. Additionally I hold a faculty position at the Academy of Art University.