My love of aviation started when I was very young, traveling with my parents to visit family in Florida and California. I remember flying on L-1011’s, 727’s to Saab 340’s and I was hooked. From small die cast air planes to “designing” airports and listening to air frequencies on a scanner, I had a love of aviation. In 6th grade I had my whole life planned, I was going to study aeronautical engineering and work for Boeing. Well, until I got to high school and decided I wasn’t a big fan of science, or math for that matter. Adios engineering.
I’ve always had a camera with me, be it a disposable from the drug store or a point and shoot. But, it wasn’t until I bought a DSLR and actually learned how to use it that I started into photographing aircraft and documenting what I saw. This site started as a Facebook page, then grew to Twitter and now here I am with a blog.
By day I work for the family run construction company. I love my job and it’s taken me to some really cool places, like loading cargo onto an Antonov AN-124 to removing an engine from a Gulfstream IV.
3315 is a combination of my love of flight with my passion for photography. My goal is to bring you news about Bangor International Airport, photos of the birds that frequent the field as well as other news in the aviation world. (Full disclosure, I’m a Boeing fan boy).
If you have questions or comments please feel free to contact me.