Capturing the moment...

I am passionate about digital photography and would devote more time to this passion if I could. But given that music dominates as my main creative outlet, serious photography usually takes a backseat. I have a strong admiration for photographers and their craft, and have worked with several over the years. In the Gallery, I have posted some of my favourite photos taken of me by Michael Chapman, Matt Cotsell, Adrian Lourie, Lee Vandergrift, Ren Brockhurst, my good friend Matt Oak, as well as my very own talented fiancé, Luis Carvalho. I'd love to work with more photographers whose work I find inspiring. If you'd like to get an idea of the kind of photography that inspires me, take a look at these images.

Like most people these days, my primary camera is an iPhone, however I also have a Canon EOS 700D which I carry with me on occasion. I used to post various high-resolution galleries on this site, but with our world becoming faster paced and more immediate, it seems Instagram will now mainly suffice. My current Instagram feed can be viewed below:

In addition to Instagram, I also occasionally post photographs on Flickr. My page hosts a collection of high-resolution images from some of my travels, as well as an array of some other creative photos I’ve taken. I certainly could (and should) build this page out more, and hopefully this will happen at some point in the future as my focus and investment in photography flourishes. Below is the current feed from my Flickr page, so feel free to have a perusal.

On my Tumblr, I feature appealing visual media I have found on the expansive internet. My blog is mainly a stream of imagery that I find beautiful, intriguing, stylish, and seductive. I view it as an evolving work of comprehensive art unto itself, and I am fascinated by how it can reveal a digital legacy.

My Tumblr does contain artistic nudity, peppered with provocative media of which I find highly captivating. I do not post pornographic images, but instead focus on the quality and sensuality of the naked (predominantly male) human form. Because of this, and Tumblr's recent policy changes regarding what they consider to be 'sensitive' content, you'll need to have a Tumblr account, be logged in, and have 'safe mode' turned off to see my page.

I strongly recommend reading my Tumblr FAQ, which highlights details and the intentions of my blog, as well as visiting the Archive to see all of the posts I've curated in a collected manner. My Tumblr is comprised of the following tags:

Much like this website you're reading right now, my Tumblr is best experienced on a desktop platform with a large display. A small mobile device or the Tumblr app diminish the quality of the images, layout, and my visual intention of the site.

If you’d like to provide feedback or commentary on my images on any of these sites, feel free to email me.