my life story is way too long for me to type in its entirety + i doubt anyone is that interested in me anyways so i'll tell my story on how i became a photographer instead.
i originally picked my camera up as a mean of making extra income. i'd just moved to nyc from florida with less than $150 in my bank account. i'd picked up a part time job in the city but everyone knows that's not enough to survive. after having a conversation with a good friend, i decided to put my camera to use to make a few dollars on the side.
i wasn't shooting for long when i realized my passion for the art of photography. one day i had been shooting for 15 hours straight. when i got home that night, instead of collapsing and falling asleep, i got on my mac and began to edit my photos. it was then that i realized i had a deep passion for photography.
in march of 2017, i quit my job to take up photography full time. i shoot all types of things just because i love to take photos but my specialty is fashion, editorials + portraits.
Bianca, co-founder of Minorites in Media
From my own personal website to event photography, Jarrod has a unique ability to capture organic moments from a high energy environment to something more staged. I'm not a model but I've definitely felt more than comfortable shooting with Jarrod because I know for a fact the end results are always fire.
Destinee, founder of Strivers' Row
When I sought out a photographer to partner with for my project, Jarrod was the first that came to mind. I knew that he would be as dedicated as I am and very professional. As a less creative person it can be difficult for me to articulate my ideas, but Jarrod is patient and asks questions to understand thoroughly. I trust his vision and artistry.