Impassioned Work

I have been fortunate to have worked with many talented people in various industries,  collaborating with them to produce concept to end product imagery that either sells products, supports featured editorial pieces or just tells stories from China, Sweden to the USA. The type of imagery produced ranges from advertising pieces for either street side billboard, online or print as well as product catalogues for designers, manufacturers and journalists.

Having lived in Shanghai, China, I have had the opportunity to do many things around my passion for photography. Namely, producing imagery for magazines, retail, news circulations, have led countless photowalks throughout this most photogenic and inspiring city for an Expatriate-centric photography meet up group of over 150 people, designed and led several week long photography workshops in rural China capturing the essence of the ancient ethnic minority ways of life and while not trekking the backroads of China, taught photography classes both privately as well as at a local training center.

My love for travel has brought me to many awe-inspiring places throughout China and Asia as a whole, which affords me to get off the beaten paths and into the lesser traveled areas to experience the most beautiful people and cultures where time seems to have stood still.

In having an impassioned vision for better ways of experiencing the human spirit, I also dedicated much time with Habitat for Humanity, China in helping them spread their good word and deeds by producing compelling imagery to help drum up donors for featured projects and builds both in the city, rural areas and most importantly natural disaster struck regions in contributing towards documentary photo essays.

 

Catalogue and website marketing

 

Featured Editorials

 

Studio Work

 

Sports Editorials

 

Pole Dance Event

 

Advertising

 

Documentary Style Photo Workshops

 

Habitat for Humanity, Humanitarian Volunteerism

 

Photography Meet ups/Walkabouts

 

Alternative Visions / Impressionism

 

Still Life

 

 

 

 

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