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California State University, Los Angeles
Photography has been a big part of my life from a very early age. Throughout High School, I was a part of numerous photography programs and the first AP Photography class offered at Malibu High School. From there, I attended Santa Monica College and focused on their outstanding photography program. While at SMC, I worked with Large Format Cameras, Medium Format, 35mm, B&W printing, Color Printing, and Commercial Photography courses. Since 2006 I've been working with RC Car Action Magazine as one of their lead photographers in Southern California. My work has landed on magazine covers, feature articles, monthly columns, and manufactures advertisements. My work has sent me to foreign countries such as Finland, Thailand, and the UK.
As far as tutoring goes, I'm very much a hands on tutor that elaborates on how things work instead of simply saying "this is how it works". When is taught the theory behind how and why something works, there becomes a greater understanding of the topic being discussed. This in my opinion is how people grow to become more knowledge in concepts they're trying to learn. My goal is to provide examples and instruction to help you learn the amazing world of photography. Photography has been a big part of my life from a very early age. Throughout High School, I was a part of numerous photography programs and the first AP Photography class offered at Malibu High School. From there, I attended Santa Monica College and focused on their outstanding
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