Born in Toronto, Canada, I now call Buenos Aires my home. I first came to the city when I was visiting a friend. Captured by the beauty and ambiance of the city, I came back a year later to move here permanently. When I moved to Argentina in 2011, I began to fall in love with the city by exploring it through my camera lens. Working in freelance photography, I’ve become well-versed in all sorts of photography, including food, portraiture, architecture, and event photography. My career has even taken me to some incredible places like Antarctica, where I’ve led some outstanding photography groups. After freelancing for many years, I decided I wanted to share my love of photography by hosting tours. My dream was to create a street photography tour that would blend personal, client-focused learning with an urban photo adventure. On my tours I love to take travelers to the the city’s most hidden gems and unique neighborhoods, so they can take one-of-a-kind photos and get a feel for what makes Buenos Aires so unique. Whether you are a beginner or advanced photographer, let beautiful Buenos Aires be your backdrop to improve your skills. My camera has been the best way for me to discover my wonderful adopted city; now it’s your turn.
If you couldn’t already tell, I love photography. What I really love the most about photography, though, is portraiture and photographing real people, especially street portraiture and family photography. It’s all about capturing a moment and representing the beauty of real people and their close relationships.
My dream vacation changes as often as my mood. At the moment though, I would love to visit the Philippines. During my travels in Antarctica, I made many friends from the Philippines, and after hearing them talk all about their culture, families and incredible landscape country, I want to experience it for myself. Not to mention the country’s 7107 islands, beautiful beaches, and diverse flora and fauna make it a photographer’s paradise.