Hi, I'm Vin Le.
Hi Vin, what do you like to do?
Snowboarding and surfing are two of my favorite things to do. If I'm not out taking photos, hanging with my friends, snowboarding, or surfing, then I'm probably just scrolling endlessly through Netflix trying to figure out what to watch. We can all relate, can't we?
Do you shoot film or digital?
Both! Each has a place where they shine best. I love shooting film because I take more time to create something meaningful and beautiful with each frame. Shooting film allows me to connect more with you, my clients, rather than the LCD screen of a digital camera. On the other hand, I can't just click away with film, so digital is great at capturing those candid moments in between.
What are your favorite types of photography locations?
Wherever has the best light. It's as simple as that. You've hired me to take your photos because it helps you remember this very moment of your life, but let's be real, you also want to look good in those photos. The quality of light is the most important ingredient that separates a good photo from a great photo and making you look your best.
What can I expect when choosing you as my photographer?
You can expect a certain level of professionalism from myself and my team to make sure your photos turn out flawless. However, taking photos is supposed to be fun. I'm going to laugh and talk about life with you. I want to connect with each and every one of you on a personal level to help you feel comfortable in front of the camera.
Random Things About Me:
+ I love singing, but I'm absolutely terrible at it, which is why I belt it out by myself in the car on my way to my photo sessions.
+ I can blow a bubble with my mouth. My friends think it's disgusting, but I think of it as a beautiful gift and talent.
+ I used to be terrified of cats, but they've really grown on me lately.
+ My friends nicknamed me Sunshine because I like to stay positive.
+ My favorite drink is the Moscow Mule. Why? Because I don't know any other drinks and I feel fancy when I order it.
+ I've broken my left collarbone three times. Can you guess how?