Over time, we often shape our experiences to match our perspective. In my work, I’ve learned to let go of this impulse and to instead capture each experience as it comes. By not manipulating the frame or giving direction to my clients and subjects, I allow my images to organically develop into a body of work that is eclectic yet unified by their authenticity. This approach has led me on a path to family photojournalism, a discipline that allows me to embrace an ethos of capturing what I observe without manipulation.
Curating an environment where my clients forget about the camera and allow their true selves to be photographed. In this is where life meets art.
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