I'm 30. I'm bored. And honestly, I can't make up my mind.
My interest in photography began during the <3 Myspace<3 days when I was a young teenager. I started with a typical point and shoot for those coveted selfies until my dad gifted me a dslr for Christmas when I was 16. I went on to use this camera to mostly shoot bands at our single music venue. I never learned how to actually use the camera. After graduating high school in Stratford, Ontario, I moved to KW. I spent the next few years bouncing around multiple jobs and going to school for 2 separate programs that I am not using literally at all. Okay well, I'm kind of using my bookkeeping cert.
In 2017 I made the decision to circle back to photography. I got a new mirrorless camera (and actually learned how to use it this time). I spent 89485 hours (dramatic) learning how to shoot and edit. I sucked. For a while. Sometimes I still suck, honestly.
In 2018 I got canned from my job and decided I may as well give full time freelancing a go. I haven't looked back since. I've spent the last few years updating my gear and navigating my craft. Aside from branding/product/personal photos, I also shoot weddings and lifestyle projects with my partner.
As I get older, I get more excited to do weirder things and really work on setting my work apart from other photographers in my area. I like to experiment with different photography and graphic trends. Learning weird new things is something I do frequently and this keeps my work from feeling stagnant and 'stuck'.
I really just want to make people look cool on the internet and feel good about themselves and their work.