I specialize in architecture, interior design, and real estate photography. If you build it, design it, own it, work in it, or live in it—I can photograph it anywhere in California, the United States, and the world. Although I've been using a camera since I was in elementary school, I started seriously pursuing photography as a creative outlet from my grueling major at UCLA with a impressively long name: Microbiology, Immunology & Molecular Genetics. What a mouthful! Anyway, I loved walking the streets of LA exploring the local architecture with a camera in one hand and an LA Metro map in the other. Abstract minimalism was the name of the game back then, and I have since evolved into a more commercial style. Though I do still take the occasional abstract shot when I get the chance. One law degree, bar admittance, and law firm later, I finally have the opportunity to pursue a long-time passion of mine. Yep, you read that right. My career path has taken me from research scientist to lawyer to photographer. When I’m not photographing the built world, I enjoy spending time with my wonderful wife, cooking (and baking) up a storm, exploring the vast American highways and byways, and building the occasional Lego.