Portrait - self

“You employ stone, wood and concrete, and with these materials you build houses and palaces. That is construction. Ingenuity is at work.
But suddenly you touch my heart, you do me good, I am happy and I say: “This is beautiful.” That is Architecture. Art enters in.”  ~Le Corbusier

See your home in a new light. Your landscape, your culture, your living space, your self… these all make up your home, and my passion in life is to shed light on your extraordinary corner of this world.

When I was 17, I picked up a vintage Mamiya camera that had been handed down to me. I haven’t put cameras down since then, and I still have (and use!) that Mamiya camera.

Life has since taken me down many roads. From earning my degree in Architecture, to taking 4 months to teach in India, to leaving a safe paycheck for the chance to live my dream… I’ve grabbed every opportunity that’s come my way!

Bring light to the everyday beauty that is often overlooked.

In spaces

In people

In objects

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2012 – Full Circle Images is launched into the world!
Specialize in architectural, commercial, and portrait work. Personal projects of travel, architecture, and still life photography.

2008-2012  -  Graphic Designer at national signage company.
In-depth experience with CorelDraw, Photoshop, and AutoCAD.

2004-2008  -  Working my way up the ladder at San Diego area architectural firms.
Specialized in Construction Document project phase, leading up to and including building permit processing.
Nearly all projects are residential, with a mix of single- and multi-family projects.
Expert level experience in AutoCAD. Extensive experience in training, detailing, and project management.

2003  -  Received BArch with Cum Laude honors from Virginia Tech! Go Hokies!
Countless hours of model-building, drawing, planning, darkroom developing, and trips to Burger King.

2001  -  Extensive travels throughout Europe (11 countries total).
Initial trip for 3 months; follow-up program travels for 1 month.

Spent my time exploring, discovering, and documenting via sketches, photographs, and written notes.
Led 28-person exhibition of travel memoirs upon return to U.S.
Participated in week-long hands-on design program in Southern France (I got to cut down bamboo and build a hut!)

1996  -  My parents handed me an old Mamiya that they no longer use. The love affair begins…