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New Jersey City University (BFA Photography)
My passion for photography began over 10 years ago when my father handed me his 35mm camera. I immediately feel in love with the idea of capturing a moment in time, the decisive moment you choose to push down the shutter. I explored this new hobby and I decided to continue my education by studying at New Jersey City University.
My knowledge of analog photography, digital and video work, as well as art history grew while in school. I was able to show my artwork in galleries in the area, including MANA Contemporary Art. I have a BFA in Fine art with a concentration in Photography.
I would love to share my technical knowledge of photography with you! Other skills I can help you with are: using photo as a fine art, story telling in a series, location photography, event photography, portrait and fashion photography, documentary photography, and editing software.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions! Thanks!
I'd love to hear from you and see how I can help out! My passion for photography began over 10 years ago when my father handed me his 35mm camera. I immediately feel in love with the idea of capturing a moment in time, the decisive moment you choose to push down the shutter. I explored this new hobby and I decided to continue my
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