Self-taught, the artist has been passionate about taking pictures for ages. The first symptoms of photographic quality appeared during his college years where the curriculum clutters extracurricular activities. Haunting the corridors of the photo lab and student television, he perfected himself in a technique quite fashionable at the time which consists of taking as many clichés as possible on every occasion given to him. The prohibitive cost of this philosophy leads him to study other avenues such as composition and light to reach the ideal image.
Using non-traditional medias such as acrylic, aluminum and the "gatorboard" enhance the various light effects present in the picture and bring the viewer to a more immersive experience.