A Human Resources Manager by trade, an artist by passion.
Brad has always been a creative person his whole life. As a kid he loved drawing. As Brad grew older his attention and energy went into music – and still does! Most recently, however, that creative side of him has branched out in a way he really didn’t see coming; photography. There’s always been something he has admired about great photography, but it never occurred to him that he could do it, or would want to, for that matter.
Brad picked up his first camera, a Nikon D7000, second hand with the kit lens from a friend in the fall of 2013. He didn’t even turn it on for about 4 or 5 months. Too intimidated by the seemingly endless amount of buttons and dials and menus, he felt overwhelmed.
During the winter of 2014 Brad finally sat down to figure it all out and reached out to some great friends who guided him through the first steps. A year later he has learned more and gone far beyond anything he could have imagined just a short time ago. "The more I learn, the more I realize I don’t know. The more answers I find, the more questions I have. I still have a long way to go and so much to learn, but that’s the fun of it!"
"You can’t master photography; it’s a process, a marriage of art and technology that never stops evolving. Photography is a journey, not a destination…. And that’s what I love about it."
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