This is where I’m supposed to tell you I’ve had a passion for photography since I was born, that I use my camera to freeze time, that I want to create images you can pass down for generations, and lots of other clichés about memories and legacies and moments and heirlooms.
The truth? One summer day I decided I wanted to try my hand at photography, and then I fell in love with it. My story is pretty ordinary. And I think you might feel that way about your story, too.
We've become blind to the power of our everyday lives. We look ahead to milestones, compare ourselves to strangers on the internet, and are constantly told that in order to be happy we need to have more, do more, be more.
So I’m doing my best to put a fresh spin on yet another photography business. Because the more stories I tell with my camera, the more I realize I’m not driven by the desire to “capture memories you’ll cherish forever,” but to offer a new perspective on right now. To show you the beauty in simplicity. To create art that serves not just as a memory, but as a reminder. A reminder to stay inspired by the quiet, subtle, seemingly insignificant present.