Fighter to Fight Photographer

I never had an official fight photographer to capture my fights when I was competing. This is one of the main reasons which motivates me to capture photos of fighters in the ring and backstage. When it's time to hang up the gloves, you can always look back onto these moments. 

I lacked the abilities and dedication to be a champion fighter so I turned my focus into fight photography and working behind the scenes in the combat world.

Side Projects


Sometime last year, I wanted to branch outside of being just a fight photographer. I wanted to also help give back to the sport and help boost the exposure of local promotions and fighters. Recently I think I've found a fun way to do that by doing these video and design projects. 

I figured these might get some hits on social media and get shared amongst my friends who are not in the fight scene. Instead of seeing standard bloodied fight photos, I added some fun design aspects to my photos  to show people a different perspective of the 'barbaric' sport.

 Way of the Fighter was a result of many years of  my dead end ideas. I interviewed fighters and asked how they felt at a particular moment of their fight and then added that to their photo. Before I began training in combat sports, my only way of learning more about professional fighters was reading their interviews in bi-monthly magazines or internet forums. There was still so many more questions that puzzled me and no mainstream sports outlet was covering it.

It's pretty cool to be able to learn so much more about the sport, make good friends along the way and share all of this with new fans.

New design

I figured I should fix up the old look and revamp it a little. Would be great to know what you guys think! 

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