"We are all voyeurs, all trespassers in the arena of intimacy" wrote Michael Pellerin. By nature, I am a voyeur and my camera has served as a passport into the lives of many men, allowing a study of their idiosyncrasies and the incredible geography of their bodies and faces. The powerful triangular rapport created by the photographer and model and captured by the camera continues fascinate me. In photographing the male nude, I try to be as open with my feelings as I can be. All we know is what we feel; all else is merely assumption. Photographing men nude is a curious, sentimental journey into the world of my intellectual and emotional feelings. The results are proud, confident, desirable objects of sexual beauty. In reality, honest representations of what men are capable of being.
Education: BA in Art; Minor in Photography San Jose State University