Growing up I loved to take candid photos of my friends and family. I have photo albums full of pictures taken on old kodak disposable cameras. I spent a lot of my teenage years with a camera in my hand and I always enjoyed the creative side of capturing the precious and unique moments in life.
The catalyst for transitioning into professional photography came in 2019 when I did a camper-van trip around The Northern Territory in Australia with my family. I was so captivated by the natural beauty, the landscapes and the people.
When I arrived home I knew that from the passion I feel for taking photos there can be more to photography for me and it wasn't something that had to just be a hobby.
When I'm on a photoshoot I have to set timer reminders because I lose all sense of time. I am simply there behind the lens with whoever/whatever is on the other side of the lens and I'm enjoying all their angles, perspectives and beauty.