To me, photography is an art of observation. I have discovered that it isn't about what you are looking at that makes an interesting photo, it's all about how you look at it. It's about noticing and organizing something interesting in an ordinary place. As humans, we are given ample opportunities in life to appreciate our surroundings, which in an instant could be gone. It took me a while to realize this, but once I did, I decided to embrace it. Photography allows me to preserve these moments while expressing an individual perspective of my surroundings. No matter what type of art I create, I like to think it is a reflection of the infinite potential of the human imagination.
I am a hobbyist photographer currently working on a Master's Degree in Interior Architecture from Drexel University in Philadelphia, where I plan to graduate this spring. My professional job, which is more related to my specific field of study, is also located in Philadelphia where the majority of my days are spent. I also have a bachelor's degree in Interior Design from Drexel, as well as Associate Degree in Art & Design. Throughout the journey of my education, I have taken several film and digital photography, graphic design, painting, and sculpture courses that have been major contributing factors to my overall skills as an artist.