I'm not quite sure what compelled the fourth grade version of myself to save his allowance for months to buy a camera, but there I was in a Best Buy at 6am on Boxing Day, lining up to purchase my very first camera. The blue Sony Cybershot DSC-W120 then became glued to my hands for the next four years, as I took photos of all our family trips, made YouTube videos with friends, and tried my hand at stop motion animation.
I first jumped into DSLR's when a relative was getting rid of their old Nikon D40, which sported a broken flash and a spotty autofocus. It became my weapon of choice for the next couple years as I learned more about photography and editing, soaking up information where ever I could find it in books and online tutorials. After working my first job as a dishwasher, I used my paycheques to purchase a Nikon D7000, a camera that followed across Canada, Iceland and Australia.
Nowadays, I shoot with a Nikon D800 and Nikon Z6 combo. I'm slowly being converted over to the mirrorless side, although I still feel the ergonomics and colour reproduction of the Nikon D800 is unmatched. I'm always looking for new people to take photos with, feel free to shoot me a message!
Around 2013, I was introduced to a blogging website called Tumblr by some of my more artistically inclined friends. I quickly fell in love with posting my photography to the website, and the game of gaining followers and growing my online presence. From 2013 to 2015, I grew my following to over 50,000
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