When I was four I got my first pair of glasses. I learned early on that even what your eyes show you is both subjective and a matter of perspective. I started shooting as soon as I could point and click the old Kodak disposable cameras my parents gave me each year for my birthday, and I have not stopped yet! Fortunately for my family, not many of my images prior to the late 1990's have survived. It wasn't until early in the year 2000 that I began digitally cataloging my photos.
After losing my film Nikon N60 to a freak candle accident in 2005, I took a break from what had been primarily travel photography until I could afford new gear. I started shooting again in 2008 with a Canon G9 and purchased my first DSLR on December 22nd 2008.
From that point forward I was hooked! I took at least 1,500 every month in 2009 and it's only gotten better since then. My wife and I started "Rogers Global Photography" in 2011 to market and sell our landscape images.
June 2012 I left a lucrative, seven year career in the telecommunications industry to follow my dream. Focusing on photography and videography couldn't be more rewarding. I'm most passionate about landscape, travel, and architectural photography. We have several exciting personal projects gaining some traction, like wwwTheAmericanProject.com. Specializing in Architectural Photography for Real Estate Agents has lead us to launch "Rogers Real Estate Photography" in November of 2013. We're excited about what the future holds. This is a expensive industry to try and make your mark which makes people like you so important to us.
Thank you for your interest and support!