A lavender field is a rare sight where I come from. So when you find one, you take as many photos as you can, and usually keep the place as secret as you can. You don't want other pesky touris...
I love playing with light. Light and angles bring out the beauty in all of us. It just takes a keen eye to see it and push the button.
I do not want to call myself a photgrapher. Being a photographer takes a lot of education, patience, trial and error, classes or certifications. I do have friends who are photographers. Good ones. They did all that, therefore when looking up to them I cannot call myself ‘a photographer’. I am just a guy with a day job and some photo education but with a keen interest in photography.
However, I have been lucky enough to get a hold of a camera from an early age and it’s been a constant in my life ever since. I really started putting my mind to it quite late (around 2013) and decided I could make a living out of this. I’ve always liked talking with people, getting to know them, which is why I love to portray them in my shots with what I call ‘as much “you” as possible’. I want the genuine ‘you’ to shine through my vision. After all, a photograph is about the subject, and I intend to portray it as truly as I can. This goes for individual shots as well as for my event photos, where I try to get the genuine, natural vibe of the people I photograph.
Perfection…? Sure, that’s a nice thing to aim for, but each of us has such a different version of it. An honest portrayal of beauty — that’s what I always go for.