That's a lot of cameras, lenses, stories, achievements, negatives and positives. What it all boils down to, is a lot of experience.
From Old High German chāsi, from West Germanic or late Proto-Germanic *kāsijaz, borrowed from Latin cāseus. Cognate via West Germanic with Low German Kees, Dutch kaas, West Frisian tsiis,
and English cheese.
I wasn't always a photographer. I started as an aeronautical science major with the goal of becoming a pilot. I found that I am passionate about capturing beautiful moments and I became a photographer.
Flying was amazing, but capturing moments in time to where I could commune with others and share in my experiences was that which kept me up at night.
Over the years I have looked to expand my reach, offering high quality photographic services.
Within the next few years, I am working to become a destination wedding photographer in Europe.
I always keep an eye on the couple so I can be there when you want. The rest of the time you won't really even know I'm there as I blend with the crowd.
I prefer to shoot where the action is and not from the sidelines.