My relationship with cameras can be traced all the way back to a little kid who was intrigued by his granddads overflowing gear bag filled with every type of gadget you could dream of. Though it was years before I ever thought of pursuing photography as a career, my journey down this path all started right there in a little house on the south side of San Antonio.
I am fortunate to call the West my home, but whether in my home surroundings or in other parts of the country and world that I have the opportunity to explore, I find inspiration and adventure all around. Whatever the subject may be, my creative approach brings a unique perspective to the settings and subjects captured, infusing them with visual richness and captivating moods. I enjoy creating images that capture moments in time and tell compelling stories that clients are excited to share.
When I am not behind the camera, I can be found waist deep in one of the West’s many trout streams, wearing out (or more often, getting worn out by) my frisbee-obsessed Border Collie, Rico, navigating through fresh powder, finding new trails to explore with my creative partner and better half, Margo, or basking in the warmth of the great folks that I am proud to call my friends.
I am a professional photographer, spirited adventurer, people watcher, and true blue friend to people and dogs …and I hope to meet you down the road!
RANDOM FACTS ABOUT ISAAC:
- Raised on a ranch in central Texas
- Bought first camera for documenting rangeland projects during high school
- National Champion 4-H Wool Judge
- History buff
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