After graduating college with a degree in Environmental Science, I jumped on a plane bound for Asia, landing in Thailand with a backpack, open-ended year long ticket and a vague plan to wander through South East Asia and India until my money ran out. To say I fell in love with the continent would be an understatement. The food, the landscapes, the cultures, it all felt right. Like home. After another couple of extended trips through the region and a friend's suggestions to visit Taipei in early 2003, I decided I would stay for a bit. That was a decade ago and I'm still here, married to my wonderful Selina. I've found it to suit me well, a modern high-tech developed place mixed with traditions and culture that are centuries old. My photographs have been published globally in Wall St Journal, National Geographic Traveller, Reader's Digest, Lonely Planet, Monocle and Business Traveler Asia. I am open to accepting assignments worldwide and look forward to working with you.