I started taking photos at the age of 8 because my mother wanted to keep me busy and out of trouble. Little did she know that I’d end up taking photos of strangers on the street, without their permission, and sometimes with confrontation. I tend to be invisible, but in those cases when I’m spotted, I live by the quote from the renowned French street photographer, Henri Cartier-Bresson: “Aim well, shoot fast, and scram.”
I have used many cameras over the years, but as of late I primarily use an iPhone and a Leica M6 for most of my street photography.
I’m originally from Los Angeles, but I moved to London in 2010 where I can be found shooting on the streets. When I’m not taking photos, I’m a full-time code monkey for Adobe.