Model Mayhem #:
Last Activity:
Jun 26, 2023
Very Experienced
Depends on Assignment
Apr 08, 2005

About Me

Hello and welcome to my ModelMayhem Page. I thought I would do something a little different with my bio, as most are a bit impersonal. I have compiled a series of questions that I receive on a frequent basis, either in person or by email.  Hopefully, it will give you some insight into who I am, and what I am about. If you feel that your questions haven't been adequately answered, please email me at [email protected] and let me know.

How did you get into photography?
Shooting started for me back at high school in Huntington Beach, CA. Not a bad backdrop if you ask me. Photography began to explode for me while I was trying my hand at acting and modeling while living in Los Angeles.

Do you find photography difficult?
I suppose it was difficult when I first started shooting, not knowing very much about the technical side of photography. Getting that great shot has to do with both the eye of the photographer and their technical knowledge.

What do you find tough about the business?
One of the most challenging things about this and almost any business is the constant self-promotion and marketing. It is THE most time-consuming part of this business that I do.

What does professional mean to you?
Being a professional means that you're on time, responsible, and produce the idea/vision your client has hired you to create.

Where can fans see your work?

Who is your favorite photographer?
I am a huge fan of both Herb Ritts and David Lachapelle. They have different styles which I love. I also enjoy the works of Sante D'Orazio, Peter Lindbergh, and Andreas H. Bitesnich.

Do you ever shoot outside of Las Vegas?
I used to shoot often in Los Angeles and Southern Utah, but in recent years haven't had the time to get out there as much as I'd like. I look forward to traveling across the US, shooting a book idea I have.

What type of personality do you have?
I am a very laid back, easy going type of person. I do not allow disturbances to rattle my cage. We have absolutely no control over many things in life, so I just roll with it.

Who built your website?
My website came from my hours and sweat. I wanted to make sure I captured "my" vision. I've had other "webmasters" build my site, but I feel if you want it done right, do it yourself.

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