Who am I?

I still don’t know who I really am, but I believe that is what allows you to “add” to this “venture” called life.

There are a few things I am sure of… I live for an adventure, hooked on anything that brings adrenaline, love getting lost on hikes through the mountains, indulge in everything sports, lift heavy objects only to set them down again, and I've been a longtime lover of wolves, Siberian husky’s and hybrids ever since I visited Alaska and Yellowstone when I was 12.

But these are simply words… As the decorated photographer Lisa Kristine would say, “One advantage of photography is that it's visual and can transcend language.”

To really experience what I’m all about, just take a look at my photos.

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As a Colorado Native, I grew up in Denver and attended Smoky High School, graduating from the notable International Baccalaureate program. In this program, I discovered a class called IB Digital Art, utilizing a state of the art media center whilst being taught by the infamous Dan Cornell. It is within this class and through Cornell’s instruction that I found my passion for photography and digital media.

I attended the University of Wyoming, later earning a degree in Criminal Justice and Psychology. While attending college, I also served in the United States Army as a Combat Engineer/Bridging Engineer, within the Wyoming National Guard. During these four years, I remained an avid photographer and media lover, indulging in personal projects throughout the entirety of my college experience.


After graduating, I took my talents back home to Denver where I've been working in the creative field ever since. I can’t wait to continue learning and growing my skill-set in the coming years. I hope to earn a second degree in Video Production from the University of Colorado Denver and eventually pursue a master’s degree. The future is bright and filled with opportunity!

I was born in Denver to my parents, John and Casey. I am the oldest of three siblings, the other two being Erik and Samantha. After living in various areas of downtown Denver post-college, I now live in Boulder – a link between the mountains and downtown.




Questions? Feel free to contact me here.

One advantage of photography is that it’s visual and can transcend language.
— Lisa Kristine
Photography is the story I fail to put into words.
— Destin Sparks
We are making photographs to understand what our lives mean to us.
— Ralph Hattersley
If the photographer is interested in the people in front of his lens, and if he is compassionate, it’s already a lot. The instrument is not the camera but the photographer.
— Eve Arnold
I don’t trust words. I trust pictures.
— Gilles Peress