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Photography is a form of meditation, transporting me to another world, inspiring and sometimes challenging me to see the world differently.  There’s a romance about photography I can touch and feel – it’s mesmerizing.

I love seeing how light falls, the shadows it makes, the magic it creates.  When I see light falling on someone’s face, an expression that tells a thousand words, a gesture, a movement or the way two people look at each other, that’s what I want to capture, to freeze that moment forever.

I love the sense of discovery with photography and the creative process behind it as it allows me to investigate, to ask questions, to explore issues I believe in or people I’m inspired by.  I love observing life and the human experience in all its complexity and capturing that through photography.  I love how photos tell a story of a time and place.

Often I find myself looking, seeing, observing; framing up an image ready to take a photo, visualising images in my mind for reproduction later.  All based on life around me, to express an idea, a feeling, a memory.

Photography is my passion – it gives me energy and makes me feel happy and full of joy. Its power lies in its ability to evoke memories, to remind us of love, of friendship, of shared times.  I love to look deep into a photo and see that moment of true happiness, the joy, the friendship and the connection shared with another human being.  The lived moments in life.  I want to capture those moments for myself and for you, so we can look back in years to come and remember.

“Memory is very important, the memory of each photo taken, flowing at the same speed as the event. During the work, you have to be sure that you haven’t left any holes, that you’ve captured everything, because afterwards it will be too late.”

Henri Cartier-Bresson

“Photography is, for me, a spontaneous impulse coming from an ever attentive eye which captures the moment and its eternity.”

Henri Cartier-Bresson


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