I have always tried to look “outside the box” when taking my pictures, not the usual poses or scenes one is used to seeing. I try to bring something different to the photo shoot to make my subject stand out, a keepsake for years to come. Being young for a photographer allows my imagination to run with new ideas, whether it is the location, time of day, or just the angle of the shot.
I like to focus on intimate moments shared by friends and family.
I like to focus on guarded moments of my models.
I have been to the well known New York Fashion Week and met a lot of interesting people who have been helping with my career, including models, photographers and designers.
My experience has grown from being a 6 year old self taught Photoshop editor. I like to touch-up shots ONLY WHEN NECESSARY to put one's best “face” forward. (Younger models can still get a breakout that might not usually be there.)
I've been able to put together some pretty good videos and enjoy editing them with music.
On a non-professional note:
I've reached the Master level in TaeKwonDo after achieving my 4th degree blackbelt and loved teaching the children at US World Class Taekwondo in Richland, Washington until this nasty Coronavirus put a stop to that (maybe later).
I hail from Vancouver Canada and am very proud of having just recently gained my US citizenship.
Photography for Cassidy is like breathing air. It's a part of her. She describes life as a camera, and how many perceive it in a different perspective, a new lens. Cassidy says "Being a successful part of this industry is a huge honor and responsibility. It's taking dreams and showing the next generation, these are goals. This industry has a fine line of what artists should look like. I am not here to become just a photographer, I am here to change this industry and set up new footprints for people to look at, and make their own path."