Weddings are absolutely the sweetest thing to watch, seeing two people forever getting to love each other and getting to know each other. The wedding is a milestone in someone’s life, the mark of love and togetherness and permanence. It would, of course, be the best life to hop from one wedding to another, eat the fest too and get paid for it. This guy is who is a wedding photographer, has made his confessions and his struggle from being a homeless teenager to becoming an award winning wedding photographer.
“I picked up my first camera when I was 11 years old. I was completely enamored by the skateboarding culture, and industry photographers at the time. I dreamed of photographing skateboarding for a living and tried relentlessly to make it in the skateboarding industry.
By the time I was 16, I dropped out of high school and was living on the streets of southern California. Sleeping in public parks and friends’ couches, still pursuing my dream of being a skateboard photographer,” he said.
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1.A Self-portrait of the homeless teenager who became an award winning photographer.
2.The monochrome makes it look so beautiful.
3.Their love is blessed by the Almighty.
4.This gay couple has won our hearts.
5.It will take us a lot to master that.
6.Their shadows show how much love this couple has.
7.We wished someone could click our picture like that.
8.He said, “You’ll always have my shoulder.”
9.No rain is too heavy to keep them away.
10.Gay couples always win our hearts.
11.There’s glitter all over after the party.
12.Such a beautiful picture.
13.Cannot even look at the city because the couple looks so cute.
14.The candlelight makes it so stunning.
15.Emerging love from the flames.
16.The picture looks stunning.
17.The Wedding Kiss whilst the wedding dance.
18.The cliff, the brown and the green, can’t stop the couple.
19.What a focus? Is he real?
20.They look absolutely perfect.
21.This is one of my favorites.
He also mentioned that when he turned 18, he could still not be a professional skateboarding photographer. So, this homeless teenager decided to bring up a change. He picked up his camera and went to San Francisco, and then tried wedding photography and became an award winning photographer. He lived outside his car for weeks and used Starbucks as his office. Using his skateboarding portfolio as his skill display, he is now a full-time wedding photographer.
His happiness is in his words, “Today, I am 24 years old. I have traveled to 12 countries, on 4 continents all because of wedding photography. I am so proud to say that I have the greatest job I could have ever imagined. Even better than shooting skateboarding for a living!”