I bought my first DSLR in 2014 because I was craving a new creative outlet. I was working a retail job in a quiet store at the time and ended up spending most of my shifts reading, watching and learning everything I could about cameras and photography. Very quickly, I wanted to spend all of my available time capturing images.
I quit my job to backpack and photograph South East Asia with my (now) wife and I have rarely been without a camera in my hands or in my bag since. Now, I’m a full-time teacher and photography offers a great reason to spend more time outdoors. It has taken me to some of the most amazing locations that I would likely not have seen otherwise - hiking up mountains, swimming in waterfalls, sinking in the sand of beaches, and roaming the streets of cities.
Over the last few years there have been significant changes in the way that I approach photography as I continuously expand my collection of images. The biggest influences have come through venturing into film photography and creating prints of my work.
From here, I plan to continuing travelling to capture and print images.
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