Growing up in the melting pot neighborhood of Sharpstown – Houston TX, I didn’t realize what I was experiencing. Houston was always just a back drop to my life. As I got older, and rented my own place in the Montrose at 19, I began seeing the beauty – in it’s architecture, in it’s diversity and in it’s people. One of my mentors, Evin Thayer, would say “Houston’s greatest asset is it’s people”. I started to realize the truth of that statement as I assisted Evin in the photography of his book “Houston’s Millennium Makers” 

As I have grown both in life and in my craft, I have come to love Houston for the good living it has given me. As an architectural photographer, I am drawn to it’s skyline and land marks like a magnent – most of my out of town friends agree, we have one of the most gorgeous city scapes. 




Learn more about me and my journey in Houston photography here


My studio is the world. To be exact, it is literally any space or community that needs to be showcased. From a multi family complex in Baytown to an vintage bungalo in West University, I feel at home shooting architecture – even when it’s not so beautifully designed. My other life is the owner of Starlight Giclee. What is Giclee? I wrote a blog about it here. I capture and print high quality copies of artist’s original work for sale at market. This process has found a wonderful home, in the “Studio Gallery” as I like to call it. You can find out more about Starlight Giclee by clicking here.