Personal project, B-Boys. "It seemed like a good idea."
"I was in Georgia, my dad had just died and I had my camera. To the side, I saw my uncle and aunt. Everything just fit. It's one of my faves."
"John gave me a concept and told me to play around with it. This is one of the outtakes." John Maxham, art director; Team One, ad agency; Ritz-Carlton, client
Image of musician Peter Himmelman for his album Unstoppable Forces. Matthew Pollock, art director; Himmasongs Records, client.
"Portrait of Glenn Langer, one of the nicest people I've ever photographed and one of the most amazing. His foundation helps inner-city youth pay for college." Charlie Hess, art director; UCLA Magazine, client.
Portrait of Stanley Wolpert, an expert on the history of India. Charlie Hess, art director; UCLA Magazine, client.
"About 7 A.M., I noticed the car. I got my camera."
Portrait of baritone Evan Brummel. Russell Devita, art director; West/Los Angeles Times Magazine, client.
Duration: About a year-and-a-half.
Staff: Most of the time it's just me, but every now and then I get help from my awesome friends Charchi and Walter.Education: Review Santa Fe; Art Center College of Design, BFA photography; University of California at Santa Barbara, BA art studio.
Cultural Influences: Graffiti, Chinese landscape painting, Surrealism, Abstract Expressionism, photography, movies, television, cartoons, music, old cars, late afternoon sun, good food, traveling, small towns, big cities and everything
Environment: A one-bedroom apartment that is also a studio, lab, office and research and storage facility. Imagine the bat cave but not.
Philosophy: Preparation, trust in myself and the knowledge that things always seem to work out.