About Me

My Life

I am a 22 year old photographer, currently studying at Brigham Young University. I've lived in Utah pretty much my whole life, and I can't think of a better state to call my home. Within minutes of my home are beautiful mountains and canyons, perfect for a photographer like me. My first professional photographer job was about two and a half years ago, and since then I have been using this talent of mine to make people happy.


Photography has always been a kind of release for me. Ever since I was a young child, I would ask for a new camera each Christmas and I would take all kinds of picturesduring family vacations. These included pictures of my parents and siblings, some of the remarkable sights we'd see, and I even caught a few cool wild animals on a couple occasions. As I grew older, I'd learn more about photography; the equipment needed, styles and techniques, and other important things. My passion only grew as I took photography courses and found incredible new sights to photograph. I still have a ways to go, but looking back, I'm proud of the progress I've made.

Other Hobbies

Some of my other hobbies include science and music. I have historically been good with science in highschool, including chemistry and physics, so I decided to make learning a priority in my life. I was also something of a musician in high school. I was one of our top clarinet players, and one of the best highschool bass clarinet players in the state. I still take out my bass clarinet sometimes and play a little music on it.


Denmark is a beautiful country, I had a personal reason for wanting to travel there for my photography. A significant number of my ancestors came from Denmark, and to honor and remember them, I learned Danish. This led me to have an increased interest in the country, and naturally, a desire to see Denmark myself started growing. Now, my last name, Cvetko, does not come from Denmark. My father's family was from Slovenia, which is where the last name came from. I thought about learning Slovenian, but ultimately, Danish was more available to me.