Where it all began...
I have been shooting photos since 1999. In February 2006, I decided it was time to move to a digital SLR and purchased a Nikon D50. I recently upgraded to the Nikon D300, with which I have been shooting as much as I can. I enjoy shooting nature, people, automotive, but most of all action sports. I've taken multiple trips around the country to shoot professional snowboarders, skiers, skateboarders and bikers, as well as product shots for Bern Unlimited, an action sports helmet company. My photos have been published in multiple magazines and websites. I would like to continue to grow my photography into a career.
In 2001, I got my first digital video camera. With this, my friends and I decided to put together a film on our main passion in life: snowboarding (some skiing and snowmobiling, too). I taught myself to edit on Adobe Premiere over countless nights and early mornings, reworking parts as new footage came in. By the end of the season, we had created a 25 minute video, featuring 6 of my friends and me, entitled "Coexistence." In the following year, I replaced the old camera with a Prosumer grade camera, the Sony VX-2000, which allowed me to start taking on professional video projects as they came - weddings, bar mitzvah's, a few sales meetings, focus group videos, and a 20 minute retail training video for The Stride Rite Corporation.
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