My name is Carroll and I take photographs. Most of my work could be considered portraiture, but I also do street photography and art photography.
I learned how to use a camera from my father when I was six years old. I didn’t start taking photographs in earnest until I was older, but I quickly became obsessed with creating images. Apart from those years of early instruction, I am largely self-taught. In the past I have worked as a photojournalist, as well as a blogger, testing and writing about photography equipment.
I want to do everything, and that might be my biggest professional hurdle. Lately I’ve been doing more personal work, curating a project of slides from the 70s and 80s taken by my father.
In the near future, I would like to develop more fashion-related projects. In terms of subjects, I’d love to collaborate with some plus-sized models or do an in-depth project with a band or multiple musicians. To be honest, though, I try to keep an open mind, and these ideas are more like personal guidelines than part of a rigid plan.
If you want to be photographed, shoot me an email.