He started by taking photos during holidays, this was just for fun and he had no serious ambition. But what started as a humble holiday snapshot session would later turn into a bigger thing.
His first DSLR was a Canon which he bought in Taiwan. This was a treasured possession, and allow him to capture images that inspire and tell a story. He did not have much knowledge about photos and did not want to be just any ordinary photographer.
The urge to prosper in photography led him to specialist books and magazines where he got the tips and information that great photographers had used to make it big in the industry. Watching travel and landscape photographers from the National Geographic and other channels made him improve the art, learn all the tricks and skills that the professional photographers used to capture great images.