My vision is simple: To catch life as it is, beautiful and raw.

I have studied photography and social anthropology and my work has been displayed at several galleries in California including:

• Magnum Opus II at The Tsakopouos Library Galleria
• The Streets of Sacramento at Sacramento City Hall
• 2nd Saturday Event at Sol Collective Arts and Cultural Center
• 2nd Saturdays inside Lily of New York
• Saturdays are So Necessary
• Magnum Opus at the KVIE Public Television Studios

I currently document life in the Baltimore/Washington area where I’ve been asked to chronicle such events as the Marquee Ball for the Creative Alliance at The Patterson. My work has been published in The Legend Magazine and The International Library of Photography and I’ve been honored by the Sacramento Metropolitan Art Commission and Heather Fargo, Mayor of Sacramento, for my contribution to The Streets of Sacramento art exhibit. My photograph entitled American Girl was selected for the first edition of Lee’s Make History publication. American Girl was placed on display in Milan, Italy and other locations throughout Europe.

People often ask me what I like to shoot. I see photography as a way of looking at life. My photos are a glimpse into a magical moment that would otherwise be just a memory.

          

 

Artists are sentimental, child like even. It is very important to be like this... to be amazed by everything." -J.C.
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