Hey there! I'm a certified goofball with a degree in nerding-out on Star Wars, Theatre, Animation, and so much more! I went to school for film studies + communication, where I fell in love with the art of storytelling. In fact, I'm writing a saga of plays + musicals. When I'm editing photos you'll usually find me binging podcasts or shows/movies. And I'm all about transparency and unraveling emotion. I deal with anxiety, and if you have any anxious feelings about your session, I hope that I can lessen any worry. Or at the very least, we can be anxious together. ✌🏼

Those who are a little untraditional are my jam. Let's create something that gives us fireflies in our stomach. Tell me your story, and I'll deliver back in motion.



Walks at dusk, and silently falling snow. October breeze, hoodies, rain, and late night talks. Foxes and forests, and mis-matched socks. Old films, family-recipes, and game-nights playing Jackbox.

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Things I Love

Martin

I'm               , and I wield a camera. In another universe, it's a                  

you wrote the story, now it's time to tell it.

For me, film is one side of my coin, alongside photography. On one: a place where emotions and stories are frozen. On the other: stories in motion, yet still immortalized. And on the ridge of the coin: my writing. All, forever documented. 

The feeling I wasn't prepared for (when I started all of this years ago) was knowing that there are photos and videos out there that will exist seemingly forever. Embers of loved-ones, where I captured their genuine selves before their passing. I love that feeling of curiosity that comes with unpacking an old box of images or saved films: blowing off the dust, sorting through frames and albums, and flipping through pictures that you sometimes have to peel apart from one another as you plug in memory cards containing old videos. 

Maybe this stems from a wish that my family had done this, so that I could've looked back on people I didn't know (including my younger self) and get a glimpse of them.

Everything I create is all a fingerprint (or shadow) that I existed. That I left something behind, momentarily immortal, for curious people that'll never know me. And I wonder, if they'll wonder who captured it all for them to find. What will be the last thing I document and leave behind?

I wonder.







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Why I choose

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Here's when I'm free to be your sidekick. Edna says no capes!

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