"It feels a little bit disorganized."

A Five Star Experience

Britton Hacke is someone you have probably seen at events around town as he has been stepping up his game in photography.

It seems like anywhere you go, you'll see him behind the lens of his camera.

In addition to his passion for photography, he also loves stand-up comedy, has a wife and three children.

You can find his work on Facebook @brittonhackephotography and on Instagram @britton_hacke_photography.

I can't sit still. I have a very hard time sitting and relaxing.

I feel more like me when I'm busy; when I'm doing stuff. Just driving around town I see people. I like doing the long exposure stuff...cars driving by...those are fun. What really inspires me is people; the way they look and the stories they all have. You may have no idea who someone is or what they've done in life, but you can kind of see it in a picture; you can at least guess. It's like a puzzle in a way. It's important to try to put yourself in somebody else's shoes occasionally. I definitely like doing the pictures of the homeless guys. I think it is important to tell their stories.

It feels a little bit disorganized. With my creative shoots I don't really go in with a specific plan. I'll have an idea in my mind, I'll get there and try to make it happen. I'll bring some props, play around and try things out until I think it will work."

"Seeing other work influences me. Sometimes I will see a prop and see an image or possibility in my head and try to work it out."