It all started when I was 18, browsing through a bookstore and looking for a textbook for my economics class. But instead of finding my required reading, I stumbled upon a book about photography that caught my eye. Despite not even owning a camera at the time, I was immediately drawn in. I knew I had to try it out for myself, so I eventually got my hands on a Nikon D40, and from that moment on, my camera and I became inseparable partners in crime.
In the beginning, I had no formal training in photography, so I started by arranging impromptu photo sessions with friends. I would experiment with camera settings, angles, and lighting, breaking all the traditional rules of photography in the process.
I took my camera outside, explored the city and parks, and made use of my own backyard.
After a while, I decided to take my passion for photography to the next level by enrolling in a local photography school. There, I had the opportunity to really get to know my camera inside and out, and bond with it on a deeper level.
Nowadays, I'm lucky enough to live in the incredible city of Saigon, Vietnam. Through all these years, my passion for photography has only grown stronger, and it continues to be an integral part of my life.
I work primarily with digital photography, and I'm available for photo sessions throughout Ho Chi Minh City. I'm also open to inquiries about traveling for photography work, so feel free to get in touch if you're interested!
For me, the real joy of photography comes from capturing those special moments and unique personalities that make each person truly one-of-a-kind. That's why I love portrait photography, couples' shoots, and intimate events.