When I was 16, I started photographing for an ad agency in Paris, where I would spend months in different locations with a variety of subjects.
My assignments were often shot in one of the most beautiful and expensive apartments in the city, but there were always a few tricky things to get right: I always had to keep my subjects’ heads above the camera lens, and the lighting was often hard to find.
I also had to shoot in the right lighting and composition for my subjects, so the lighting would never be perfect.
I learned to be more meticulous in my composition, especially in terms of the color of the background.
I’d start with a black and white photo and add in some light-up elements in the background as a way to create a dynamic effect.
These techniques helped me shoot in different lighting and compositions.
When I was 18, I decided to make my first solo assignment in London.
The next year I started to shoot for a different agency in the U.K., and by the end of that year I was ready to take on the world.
I had no money and no real passion for photography.
My first project was a very basic one for an online marketing agency called Pinnacle Creative.
The client, a small but well-known local fashion house, asked me to shoot a short film in one day and put it on YouTube for the clients to watch.
The client was impressed with the quality of the film and the length of the video.
After I shot the video, they sent me an email that read: “Hey, what you did with the video is really awesome and we would love to see more of your work.
Do you have any ideas about getting your work featured on Pinnacle’s website?
We want to know more about how you approach your work, so we’d love to get you to tell us more about your life.”
My first job was a few months out of college and I was still getting used to the process of going through a photo shoot in one go.
I was so nervous about the shoot, I hadn’t thought about what I would look like on camera, but I quickly learned that I could be a very good and professional photographer.
At the beginning of my career, I made sure that I had all the gear and skills I needed.
I knew how to take great pictures with a camera, how to set up a lighting setup, and how to make sure my subjects were positioned correctly in my shot.
It was a lot of work, but it paid off when I was able to shoot the same day and get a client’s attention.
I would never have gotten into the business if I didn’t have the right gear, and I would never make the same mistakes as I did with my photography.
I’ve always been a bit of a perfectionist.
I don’t have time to be a perfection person.
After graduating from college, I worked for a fashion agency in New York, where my clientele was mainly from the East Coast.
My job was to do a lot more shoots in the East.
But, since I’m from the West Coast, my work was always shot on location and it was very difficult to make good photos with a cellphone.
So I decided that I wanted to make the best of my opportunity to work on a larger scale and travel a lot in the future.
One of the first places I was sent to was Amsterdam, where the clientele were mostly people from the Netherlands.
The project I was working on was called “Español” and the client asked me if I could make a video of a large party in the Netherlands with a lot people in it.
I thought that this would be really interesting for the video company and I could learn a lot about photography and the Dutch lifestyle from this experience.
So, I took two days of work and went out to Amsterdam with my friends.
I spent a lot time in a hotel and I shot about 10 to 15 photos that day.
The whole experience was so inspiring, and it really changed my photography and my relationship with photography.
Over the next few years, I shot more and more in Amsterdam and the more I was in Amsterdam, the more time I spent with the client.
I worked in a restaurant and a coffee shop, and my clients were very well-off and I loved hanging out with them.
I took a lot photos and started to get a lot better at my photography skills.
I started using Photoshop and started working with color filters and different techniques.
I would often take photos of my clients’ faces, which were very unique to them.
After about six months of working in Amsterdam I decided I wanted a career change.
I wanted something more stable and I thought the best way to achieve that would be to go back to school and work at an advertising agency.
I came to the conclusion that I would be happier if I would take a break from the world of photography and pursue something more interesting