In 2007 I was looking for a creative outlet from my stressful creative service’s gig with KFMB in San Diego. I’ve always been creative one way or another and had a deep appreciation for Art. I can’t draw, paint or build anything without it looking like a six year old did it. So I decided to try out photography. What the heck, right. It was pretty obvious after a couple of weeks I was obsessed. My personality leans to a all or nothing kind of direction and reading manuals aren’t in the cards. The best way for me to learn is to fail. I started by photographing the ocean in La Jolla in the mornings. Soon later I was photographing in the morning and the evenings everyday. After 6 months of failing “La Jolla’s temple came to life. It changed my life and the reason I’m a self-taught professional landscape photographer now. La Jolla’s temple is my best seller to date. “La Jolla’s temple” looks best at 32 x 48 with the Giclee museum mount.