What inspired you to start pursuing your dreams?
Still got a long way to go to achieve them but my biggest inspiration comes from the few people that support me almost everyday and make me feel as though I have more people supporting me than I actually do. I get told very often by people even close to me that my aspirations are not realistic enough and I just take that on the chin and keep bettering myself to be able to achieve what I want to achieve. A massive thing that keeps me going is that I have been doing this for a year and even those I used to fanboy and looked to (still do) for inspiration are now looking at what I’m doing and being impressed sometimes. Im young, and not rushing anything I’m taking my time to to better myself and learn as much as possible.
 What was the very first step or action you took to get started?
A lot of what I’m going to say here is cliche but there is no first step into anything than to just dive into the deep end. Whether its football, or art the best way to learn is to DO. Thats exactly what I did when I started photography, I asked my mom to buy me a camera and I started taking pictures. Very bad one’s at that but I learned and improved.
 Where do you see yourself at this point in your journey? Are you heavily focused or finding yourself distracted by the "social noise" of society?
To be honest Im not sure where I am but i know I’m very far from where I started and that only makes me super excited for the future. I find myself to be very influenced no both negative and positive aspects of “social” noise. I learn a lot from external things but at the same time I struggle sometimes at being able to think independently of what society things which I think is a problem more often than not in certain people.
 What are some of the current challenges you are facing? Or that you see people like yourself facing?
Where do I start? First one that comes to mind is the issue of people, regardless of who they are, thinking there opinions on what I do or what I should do are more than just exactly that, especially friends and certain others that try to impose their morals or ideals to try shape the way I should live my life, and my future. Initially it was something I really did let poison my mind thinking that I had to please them which is something I’ve done my entire life. When it gets to affect the things you eventually want to do it gets very discouraging, so I think just being able to independently support yourself is a trait i really wish I had begun working on earlier in my life. So stop letting people get you down lmao.
 Any advice to someone that wants to follow in your footsteps?
Take opportunities you have soon as you have them. I have taken a lot of the chances I’ve gotten to do things for granted and it sucked when I realised i couldn’t get those chances back. On the bright side if it weren’t for those mistakes I wouldn’t have learned about things on the more creative side of things, so it was a good trade off fortunately but yeah. In short, be mindful of the chances you do and do not take. Take every opportunity you have to learn and be better at whatever it is you are passionate about. If someone were to want to follow exactly in my footsteps, do not get distracted or hyped up by social media. Sometimes you are received well others times not, just be consistent with what you are doing regardless. Be open to doing work for free because believe it or not sometimes those are the best opportunities to have.
 Describe the "creative scene" in your community or city? Do you feel as if their are more problems with people working together or has your community been very open to working together?
There really isn’t much of a creative scene that i am very involved with here in Vienna Austria due to the language barrier. I am very independent so i usually work alone and communicate with artists in the US over social media. The few artists I have met here are extremely open to working with together.
 What's your overall vision for yourself?
The world is changing so whatever vision i could think of right now, could probably be very different in the next 10 years. I just hope I continue to improve in every aspect of myself as a creative and a person regardless of what I’m doing, and I just hope I’m doing something that I love.
 Obviously the photography market has become saturated. What do you think is the future of the "photographer”?
I think this is just another social “phase” like who whole Soundcloud rapper phase. Those that are truly dedicated to the craft will still be here just like the small rappers that are still grinding to this day. Whether or not I have the growth spurt by the time this online phase is done I will still be doing the exact same thing Ive been doing since I got my camera. Photography is just another trend that will die and left in the hands of purists again eventually. I don’t believe anything will happen to photography as a craft itself. Rappers are still rapping, athletes are still training, and artists are still drawing and painting. Crafts are forever and aren’t dictated by their its presence on a social media platform.
 One quote to live by?
“Peace, Love and Positivity”, anyone that knows anything abut me knows Logic has been extremely important to how i’ve grown and developed in character. Even though I have never met the guy personally i have always felt although he is the only person that I can really turn to especially in the past 7 years.
Im going to give a second because anyone that knows me personally knows I was going to give that one.
“Don’t worry about your bank account, worry about how many people will show up to your funeral” - Gary Vaynerchuk. So be a good fucking person, being an ass thats always mad at shit and negative aint the wave, be tolerant and patient, it will take you further thank you think. Personally I don’t care what you do, what skills you have how successful you are at all or where you stand in life, if you can’t get past the basics in being able to communicate or allowing people easily communicate with you you will turn a lot of people off and you never know how important those people can be at later stage.