About Me

Published commercial photographer and marketing consultant in Los Angeles focusing on fashion, lifestyle, and portrait photography used for advertising. My team and I focus on campaigns for businesses and brands that are unique, timeless and geared toward sustainability. 

My love of photography goes back to when I used to borrow my father's Nikon F for my adventures. I still love shooting landscape & wildlife photography when time and travel permit. Eventually he let me have that camera and it was game on from there. While it was certainly great to learn on film, I absolutely love the feedback and flexibility of the digital format.  

I feel fortunate to be able to enjoy a wide range of commercial work which keeps things fresh and exciting as well as affords opportunities to meet new people & brands doing great work. It is a true joy to help people grow their businesses and reach more people through the images we create.

Enough about me, I'd love to hear about your business and your marketing needs.


Coordination with the client and creative director during pre and post production is used to achieve the look and feel of final images to match the business or brand values and artistic concept. 

I personally handle the entire digital photography work flow for the ad campaigns; consulting, planning, capturing, downloading, editing & retouching, backup & cataloging, and delivering of final images for ad use. 

All post production is done using professional Adobe Suite of products.

Once the ad images are finalized I will run the ad campaign for you as well. 


Over the years I have worked with the  following brands/organizations:

Nike - Release of React shoe for 2018 

Cat Janiga Jewelry - Look Book

AYAEO - Instagram & product launch

CaliBajaLife - Instagram ad campaign

Quinta Monasterio Winery & Spa - Instagram campaign

Recently, my images were published in both October 2018 issues of Elegant Magazine and Jan 2019 Issue of Jaune Creative.


A lot of my work is done in Los Angeles, California, however, travel is always an option.

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