This sounds cliche but I truly value the experiences in my life. The more I try to step out of my shoes and examine my own life, the more I learn how important those good memories are. And at the root of those memories are the people I share them with.
Somewhere within all of that lies my obsession. I try to find a balance with photography that dictates how often I shoot. Sometimes I live moments through my eyes, But having a camera often helps me connect to a moment even deeper. So I usually take a camera with me every where I go.
This is my passion, and my full time job, but I’m not here for the money. It’s really important to me that I put my heart and soul Into what im doing and I’ll never sacrifice that for anything.
I have been published and won awards, but I dont care. This isn’t the satisfaction I strive for. My gratification comes from my art, and when my clients tell me they love their pictures, I feel like I have purpose.
I love what I do and I love my art, I didn’t always feel this way and it didn’t come to me easily because Failure is necessary for growth we must be fearless to follow our dreams. I’m going to show who we are today is shaped by where we come from. Understanding how we feel as photographers is a huge part of the process.