Q: Tell us about your photography and what first sparked an interest in this medium.
A: I’ve always loved photography ever since my Grandad gave me an old Brownie camera back when I was around seven or eight years old. I still have a handful of fuzzy black and white images of my family from that first roll of film! I had a couple of point and shoot cameras in my teens, but as I grew older and my love of photography continued, I upgraded to a proper SLR in my early twenties and took a photography course at British Columbia Institute of Technology. There I learned the basics of studio lighting as well as darkroom and developing techniques.