I'm excited to tell you about my story. It's been a wild ride and I am incredibly grateful for the opportunities that I've been given along the way.
I have been trained and graduated as an Engineer, and soon I have started working as an Architect. I have spent 16 years of life as a Corporate Professional in various multinational companies, such as Dell, Thomson, and Tesco. In 2006, magazines started publishing my Wildlife Images, I was a serious hobbyist at that time. When I left, my day job finally in 2013, in pursuit of creativity, I finally landed on corporate portrait and headshot. So, now I am a professional portrait and headshot photographer, and still a serious hobbyist wildlife photographer. Did I mention that, actually, I still earn from selling my wildlife images through industry-leading stock photography agencies :). In the meantime, I have trained by and assisted photographers like Chris Weston, Sean Arbabi, Tony Sweet.
To me, the best part about everything I've ever done is that my work is the backbone that has gotten me to where I am and it stands for itself. My clients are leaving my studio with a big smile on their face. My images reflect the passion and commitment of a serious and sincere artist, as I focus on many exquisite aspects of photography, such as innovative use of light, colour, and form with the right balance of expression and style, and able to bring them out of the frame into the live imagination of the viewer.
As I said earlier, I'm truly grateful for everything that has come my way. Above all, I absolutely love what I do and none of it seems like work to me. I believe that everything I've worked to accomplish stems from this one thing: The time I've spent looking through my viewfinder at the beauty of each human face that I find there.
That's it in a nutshell and it is my life's work. When you don't find me with a camera in my hand then you will be sure to see me playing football or spending as much time as I possibly can with my beautiful wife and precious son.
Feel free to follow where the world takes me.