I am a photographer and videographer in Las Vegas, NV. Born and raised in Salinas, CA, I grew up around the motorcycle scene in Central California. My step-dad rode motorcycles his entire life. He would always take me to the Hollister Rallies, swap meets at the Cow Palace in Frisco and the car shows in Paso Robles. After high school, I attended MMI in Phoenix to start a career in the motorcycle industry. After graduating, I started sweeping the shop floors at Salinas Boys Customs. Working for Cole was one of the best experiences in my life. I met a lot of great people and got to work on and ride some amazing motorcycles. After 5 or so years working there, I decided it was time to move on and leave the city I spent my entire life in. I moved to Las Vegas and landed a job at Dynojet Research, where I run the multimedia communications for the company. Having always loved movies, I decided to take one community college videography class in the summer of 2008. That's where I made my first video, that's made its rounds around the motorcycle community, called "Free." Ever since taking that class, I haven't put down the camera down and have been shooting videos and photos ever since.