It started with my high school days. You know...the days of awkwardness, wandering, and emotion overload? Back then, shooting with my camera was a just a "thing" I did to express all that I saw that was pretty. I would say the same rings true today, that is beauty is a motivation. But the way I see beauty has more depth and my perspective of beauty is ever expanding.
I now believe that
Beauty is not just in the good, but also the seemingly bad.
Beauty is not just in the things noticed, but in the things overlooked and even forgotten.
Beauty is not just in the monumental, its in the small, ever fleeting moments.
So today, the camera is more than just a "thing".
IT IS MY MOUTHPIECE TO GIVING VOICE TO WHAT I SEE AND WHAT I FEEL SHOULD BE SEEN.
IT IS MY PEN TO RECORDING THE STORIES THAT ARE UNFOLDING ALL AROUND US AND ARE WORTH GIVING ATTENTION TO.
NOTE // Over time, I have learned that my best work happens when I'm able to observe, to immerse, and to be hands off in the moments. This speaks through the way I shoot and the vision that keeps me going.