I was raised an born in Montreal I moved to toronto at the age of 7 During the more relaxed later years of my experience in the arts. but when i was 15 i move to Brampton , where i was introduce to a friend that introduced me to a blog that was photographer Name William Nguyen( lostinthewildress.com) Almost every spare weekend I would involved myself anything that would me to his status. so i started practicing initially it took me a while before i got my first camera. but brfore that i was in classes in high school i would practice with there camera and then later branching out to other forms or art. So after high school in the second year of college that when i got my Nikon (D90), and started my freelance photography and artwork. After a couple weeks my skills werent as good as i thought they were. but I almost gave up on it until one of my closet friend got me a job at event photographer at local clubs The first average images were not what I wanted nor expected. after awhile i started to get better.
As my portfolio was building, the idea that photography could be another way to make a living began to seep into his consciousness. The human being is the only animal that can change its job description! All others are confined to getting (and not being) food. I, therefore, decided to split my time equally between night and protraits photography. Marketing images became part of the new job description. I was encouraged when some of his first publications included the TILClub Outings Since then, work and fun have become synonymous in both professions.
As my photography improved, there was a desire for greater detail. The change to medium format ensued. Images are now obtained with both Pentax 67 and 645 bodies using varied and sundry lenses and other equipment. The big lenses in 35mm format are still useful for wildlife work. The leap to digital is in the offing.
my photographs have not appeared in various media but allot of doors have open for me since I started Since moving to a Brampton in Ontario