My mission is to capture the love you share, the daily expressions of joy, and the beauty of the ordinary in a soulful and timeless way.
"I will never be a photographer," I said, crossing my arms firmly. At the age of five, I was disappointed that our holiday photos were captured in black and white on a photo tape - "The holiday should be colorful!". I thought that when I grew up, I would become a banker or a masseuse and take a different path than my father, who is a photographer.
And indeed, I was primarily interested in studying math and then psychology, but photography was always there, like a patient friend. I captured moments of my friends on my analog camera, experimented with a pinhole camera, and watched my dad work in a red-lit lab. When I bought my first digital camera, I started photographing other people too, but only occasionally at first. Until I finally realized that this was an activity that I wanted to devote more time to, as it combined a few of my passions - a love for aesthetics and visuals, a desire to be among people, an interest in technology, and a desire to constantly learn and improve. And most importantly, it allowed me to fulfill my biggest dream- to have an activity where I don't want to count hours.