Meet our resident videographer and photographer
How did you get into photography and videography and how did you come to be with San Diego Musical Theatre?
I’ve been involved in photography and video since high school, when I would spend my afternoons in the dark room, under a red light surrounded by the sweet smell of chemicals. Whether it was photography, videography, painting or sculpture it was art, or even the idea of a representational image that has drawn me in. San Diego Musical Theatre first hired me to do video for their Christmas show, White Christmas at the Birch North Park Theatre after I had been doing work at the Old Globe for years.
What is your pet peeve when it comes to photographing people?
What I learn on a daily basis from photography and video is that it truly is the study and practice of capturing, interpreting and controlling light. Bright light, hard light, soft light, afternoon light, morning light, all falling on and bouncing off of every imaginable surface and texture. It’s simply fascinating and a source of a lifetime of work.