Chris discovered his passion for photography and exploration when living in Hawaii in 2003-4. He began trekking and wanted to capture what he saw to share with family and friends. Today, flora and fauna aren't necessarily the focus of his trips, but sometimes those moments are captured and included here.
Flipping through the pages of National Geographic for school reports, Chris ultimately became interested in the foreign worlds shown in photographs. Traditional life, alternate faiths, amazing architecture, and visions of Indiana Jones' adventures. Here you'll see some of his favorite shots of such culture from his travels dating back almost two decades.
It was a visit to a market in Pisac in 2005 when Chris discovered the possibilities and rewards of capturing portraits. Faces can tell stories and reveal thoughts and feelings.