represented by DSREPS

What I do

Maximize brand revenue by crafting authentic moments with finely tuned scenes. Specializing in evoking genuine emotions, I connect audiences with brands through heartfelt imagery. I deeply value the power of human connection in storytelling.

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Who I am

Born and raised in the Napa Valley of Northern California, I grew up running through vineyards with fishing poles and bb guns. I started skateboarding and playing drums in bands in high school. My first photos were taken side stage of the Bay Area music scene— documenting friends with a Nikon FM handed down from my uncle. My camera became a necessary appendage. At a young age, I knew that photography would play a significant role in my life. After a few tours with my band and years of making homemade skate videos, I attended the Academy of Art College in San Francisco for film. Shortly thereafter, I attended Brooks Institute for Photography in Santa Barbara where I flourished, and could take photos and surf every day. After Brooks I moved to NYC, where I cut my teeth assisting top photographers and growing my skills. I took photos and Polaroids of friends, music, parties, and the culture that surrounded me whenever I had the opportunity. Though NYC was a great inspiration to my work, I needed to get back to the West Coast. A road trip with some friends across the states brought me back to California.

Today, I shoot for advertising clients such as Nike, Apple, Sony, Target, Converse, Vans, Google, and Microsoft. I resides in Los Angeles with my wife Sarah, son Lucien, daughter Josephine, and our two dogs boxer— Princess Leia Daisy Storm Trooper Solis & goldendoodle— Ben Kenobi Solis. I love film, being on set and creating, taking photos and documenting moments that inspire real feeling, and I love my family. They’re my heartbeat. I also love to ride bikes, surf, and I need hot sauce on everything. To put it simply, I love life.

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