The day I received my first wages in my hand I headed straight to buy a camera.
I was 16 and photography was an emotional and creative outlet for me. That camera became my baby, and I held it tight for almost 10 years.
I have upgraded my gear since then, and the girl behind the camera has grown up (a bit). But that feeling of joy and excitement I get when I put my eye to the view finder is still the same, if not a little more exciting these days.
I have had the pleasure of working with couples on their wedding day and with chefs putting the last touch on their creations. And the one thing they have in common is that tingling sensation of creating something new.
That’s the feeling I am trying to chase in my photographs.