I was born and raised in the Bahamas, where I’ve always had a passion for the arts whether it be music or drawing. I excelled in drawing and picked up photography as just another avenue to express my creativity. Then I fell in love, which lead me to dive a little deeper and get a mentor who I later found out was my cousin kept my eyes forward pushing my creative and passion, trying to pass it down to others.
How did you get into the wedding industry?
I’ve always loved art, thus I started my own fashion photography business but I would frequently get questioned about wedding photography and I always heard, “It’s so much work.” But in 2016 I decided to take a leap on faith and separate my fashion photography and start my own wedding brand and I’ve never looked back since.
Tell us about one of your best experiences at work?
All of my fashion, lifestyle, engagements, weddings are all some of my best experiences. Because I treat all of my clients like a blank slate and a fresh canvas ready to be painted.
What equipment do you use?
Canon 5D MK III
Canon 6D MK II
Profoto B1X 500
FlashPoint R2 TTL
DJI Mavic Pro
Any advice for Brides and Grooms?
Find someone who know has a passion and has great personality. At the end of the day a photographer isn’t only just a photographer they essentially help.
Any personal advice for fellow Photographers & Videographers?
Never be afraid to accept critique and be afraid to fail. Failure is your greatest accomplishment.