When I moved to Seattle in 2013 with my wife, Jill, I was practicing law as a litigation attorney, my original career.
Soon I discovered a love for hiking and backpacking — and outdoor photography — in the Cascades. Eager to experience more of my new “home” mountain range, I learned the fundamentals of mountaineering, which led to a more intimate relationship with the North Cascades.
By 2015, after much deliberation, I decided to end my career as an attorney and start my own business focusing on outdoor photography. I developed my photography business while traveling the world. My love for my home range, the North Cascades, remained steadfast.
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