With scissors in one hand and his dad's paper clips close by, Emil's interest for pictures sparked after trimming historical images from his middle school textbooks and through an impressionable fondness for his monthly-grown collection of Urban Outfitters catalogs belonging to the mid-2000s.
As a product of the MySpace generation in the flatland suburbs of the San Joaquin Valley, Emil adopted photography as a release of self-expression. Emil is now a freelance photographer infusing vivid color and collage in the city of Los Angeles. In addition to stills, Emil has taken the opportunity to explore his love for filmmaking and wants to break into the world of directing and cinematography.
I will be taking pictures till I can't anymore.