When I was young, I always had a camera in my hand. Photography was just about capturing silly candid moments, and nothing to be taken seriously about. The real appreciation of photographs came later in life when people I love passed away. I can always remember the feeling and the moments I shared with them, but the memories of what they looked like slowly faded in time. Once in a while, I would pull out those old discolored pictures and journey through time once again. Photographs are the vessel to the past and the future. They become proofs of our existence, our relationship, and our legacy on earth.
Photography gives me a way to help others capture their stories, empower women to fall in love with themselves, and celebrate relationships.
I would like to invite you to share your stories.
Can't believe I've been doing this for 7 years now... Times fly when you're having fun. I guess that's why I can never call myself a "professional photographer". Sounds too serious to me lol. Don't get me wrong, I do take increasing my skill level seriously. I'm always looking for new technics, lighting schemes and editing methods to add to my game. And like most photographers (at least those of us willing to admit it) I am a bit of a gear wh... well you know lol. But at the end of the day, it's all about getting the best image possible and to try to make the next shot even better then the previous one. I suppose that's why I really do this, the challenge and to get better at it. The money part is just the icing on the cake :-)