As a child I loved to play with the few building blocks (think Lego knock-offs) I had, forming simple home designs. With only about 20 bricks, the best I could do was a one bedroom, open living room/kitchen floor plans. Being a lazy student, I went to tech school for mechanical design instead of applying myself to architectural school. After getting “terminated” from an engineering job, I found my passion in photography. One of my first clients got me into photographing hotels and restaurants for their rack cards. Now as an architectural photographer, I mostly shoot residential and small commercial projects, restaurants and offices. The best part of architectural photography is seeing the creative results of architects, designers, and craftsmen. My challenge is to translate their three dimensional work into only 2 dimensions.