First, I would like to thank you for visiting my website and enjoying my photography, I really do appreciate you taking the time from your day to give my photos a quick look. I have been doing photography about two years but I have been a professional photographer for less than a year and have been enjoying the process. The different camera body, lenses, accessories and post processing requires a lot of patience to learn and properly understand. I don’t consider myself a hipster for having a DSLR camera but rather a grown man who happens to enjoy the whole photographic process.
I still feel like a teenager but I am 26 years old, I have two college degrees, a career but I live in South Korea. I felt that college was the best route for me and that’s what I elected to do for five years of my life and couldn’t be happier with my decision. During my five years of college I learned a lot about life, being an adult and holding myself accountable as an individual. Now I am making the transition into the real world and it just takes time. I finally have bills to pay, a career to pursue and people who depend on me
While I spent five years in college, I turned my creativity off during that time. I solely focused on school and getting my degree because I felt it would be my best opportunity to be successful. Now that this is finish, I have lots of free time to explore and develop my creative skills. I am a photographer and a writer and I feel I do both well but improving. I have written a book, currently working on a second book and hopefully I can compile a photography book as well.
In terms of my achievements in life I am proud of what I have been able to do and I feel that my future is as bright as ever. I am still as hungry if not hungrier than ever before despite graduating from college, traveling around the world and doing the things that I have wanted to do yet I remain humble about what I have done. I have had my struggles that I have had to overcome and I candidly speak about several of those issues and rough moments in my book.
I encourage everyone to follow my blog, reblog every photo that you enjoy and send me messages when you feel a photo of mine was terrible. I am an honest person and I wish more people were the same. I am just trying to get better at photography and constructive criticism is always helpful.