It all started when I left high school and started my studies in university. I was enrolled in an intensive business school studying finance and marketing. I was 18 at the time and my father knowing me as well as he did gifted me with a Sony digital camera. He knew I had a creative side that no textbook or formula could satisfy. I shot everything I could find at first. A year and half passed and I bought my first DSLR, and I began taking it with me on my weekend hikes or road trips. This is where I discovered the joy of landscape photography.

My love for photography grew exponentially. I began to take courses related to the craft. I invested time and resources to learn not only about the camera but also composition. It not only complimented my active lifestyle but also fed my growing urge to be outside, exploring. I fell in love with being able to capture moments. Moments that depicted a journey and told a story of my travels and expeditions.  

As of last year, I began to share my work on Instagram. And since then I've gathered the support of a growing audience of over 20,000 followers. It seems that people can feel the energy and passion behind my compositions and to me, that means everything. 


A photograph is usually looked at – seldom looked into.
— Ansel Adams