My passion for photography began back in the early 90’s when I subscribed to a photography course (by mail) given by a Californian school. From that course, I learned the basic rudiments of photography. But my best learning was getting out there with my trusted Pentax K1000 shooting many rolls of film.
Early 2000, I was much into stormchasing, so I spent alot of time taking photos of storm structures and lightning, it’s at that time that I also discovered digital photography. In 2007, I took the plunge and equiped myself with a home studio where I discovered studio photography collaborating with many aspiring models. I began making a name for myself in this.
It’s in 2013 that I started to get bored of shooting digital and started to think coming back to film photography. I find film photography more challenging as it requires better planning to take THE shot and processing my own film is plain fun! I’m happy to say that now, I’m a 100% film shooter and I enjoy it more than ever!