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What interested you about becoming a photographer?
– I think what interested me most about becoming a photographer, was the way I could transform people. Becoming a fashion photographer allowed me to do something that was out of the norm. It challenged me and it constantly does. I think it's that challenge with photography that I constantly thrive for

Where do you find inspiration to make your photographs?
– I find my inspiration from iconic movements. I love anything that deals with past decades and iconic figures. From Marlon Brando to Princess Diana, Queen Elizabeth, Elvis Presley, and anyone that created a visual statement I could once reference in my own photographs.

What do you most like to photograph?
– I like to photograph people mostly. I think people are such a challenge compared to still life. They have to be choreographed and directed in such a way to get your vision. Sometimes it can go completely wrong and off key, but when it's captured perfectly, everything is amazing.

Who are your favorite photographers?
– I really enjoy Tim Walker, Paolo Roversi, Zena Halloway, Weegee, RayMan, Richard Avedon, and a few others.