Well I got interested in photography at 14. My parents bought me a semi-auto point & shoot. From that point on I wanted to know how to get the 'slow shutter' of waterfalls and the dynamic range of 50iso slide film. Not having much info to go off I joined local photography club and took photography at high school. When I was 16 I spent a year in Bolivia, lucky enough I was granted a job with a local fashion photography Charlie Stivarez who taught me much about about lighting, modeling & fashion photography.
I moved to London in 2002 taken a job as a now extinct iPIX photographer, taking 360' images of London restaurants and recognisable locations.
In 2003 I discovered the abilities of my Nikon Coolpix 4500 & the fisheye in which was used to take iPIX 360' pano, I discovered it's abilities to take infra red, by which time I was living in Budapest Hungry. I spent a year experimenting with IR with much enthusiasm.
In 2005 after obtaining a Nikon 70D to take wedding photos I discovered the possibilities of HDR.
Hating the Nikon 70D and only using it for HDR I studied Film & TV.
Currently running a media & DVD production company making indi films, music videos, & the necessary corporate DVDs working with new technologies such as the the RED & Canon HDSLR. As that sounds like fun which it is I really look forward to working on HDRs & Macro in which I have much to learn.
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Current Residence: Thirroul
Favourite photographer: Peter Lik
Favourite style of art: Film & Photography
Personal Quote: "All I know is that I know nothing"