I am a helicopter door gunner with the US Air Force. Our mission is to search and rescue. I’ve been doing it for 16 years now. I have always been passionate about photography but it wasn’t till one and a half years ago that I got a bonus when I signed my last reenlistment and decided to get the camera equipment. I’ve always wanted to see if I was any good at it. After trying many different styles, from aviation (for obvious reasons), rock climbing, concert, street, and lifestyle. Last June, I had the chance to join a photographer mentoring group with Mr. Brett Seeley who I really admire for his use of multiple lights and of course fitness Photography.
Las Vegas, NV.
THE FITNESS COMMUNITY IS AMAZING AND PUTS IN AN INCREDIBLE AMOUNT OF DEDICATION AND HARD WORK. IT IS AN HONOR BEING ABLE TO SHOWCASE THAT IN MY IMAGES.
What does it mean to you to get your images in Status Fitness Magazine?
It would mean A LOT. It would be a recognition that I am on the right track. I love when people see my images and they don’t just like the art but also get inspire by the amazing athletes. Status Magazine will definitely be the next level for me.