I started out not even knowing I wanted to be a photographer. It was originally just a throw away hobby until I was given an off-chance job offer at doing product photography and it stuck.
I've been doing product photography for 5 years and it still takes up the majority of my time, doing portraits and headshots in my spare time. Now I'm starting to swap the two around. Whenever I think of photography now, I think of headshots and portraits.
I've been lucky enough to work with some wonderful actors for the past few years as an off-shoot (no pun intended) to the product photography and now my main concentration is giving more actors better headshots so they can get better auditions.
Some of my previous clients: