My road in life has taken me all over.
My passion for music.
Then my deep appreciation for capturing life as it happens.
From there, I found people to be so fascinating. I wanted to hear their stories.
So, I picked up a camera and started talking to musicians.
Both the ability to tell a story with a camera and to listen to others tell their story has led me...
...To where I am today.
Keep following my journey



I create buzz for musicians in the press, social media plus photography.

Career Roadmap

My work combines:
My work combines:
Being Creative

Day to Day

Coffee, walk, emails. Emails come in from publicists and bands from around the country. I sort them by importance, delete what isn't necessary, organize what ones that can be into folders, then begin the processing of answering the priority set ones. When clearance comes in for an interview or for photo coverage / review, the task of researching begins. Excellent questions for interviews or reviews only comes with research. From there I do photo editing for bands I have photographed.

Advice for Getting Started

Here's the first step for high school students

Start young. The earlier you start running your own business, whatever that might be, the further ahead you will be. For music: In high school write about the bands your friends with . Interview your music teacher. Set up your own blog. Then learn how to market the bands you are writing about and photographing. You can use social media, create flyers by using graphic arts tools, create logos and t-shirts for bands. There is so much you can do to be your own boss in the music industry!

Recommended Education

My career is not related to what I studied. I'd recommend this path instead:


The Noise I Shed

From Family:

"There's no money in it. How will you pay your bills? And at other times the noise was silence and it still is today many times. I will tell a family member about a client I just got or how I am being sent to cover something and they will say nothing."

Challenges I Overcame