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As a photographer my job is to encapsulate memories and document the journey of our lives, unions and events. I’m not a landscape photographer, nor do I specialize in nature or animals.
I love photographing people because I’m intrigued by humanity. What makes us different, the same, like or dislike each other? What makes us happy, motivated or indifferent? The ultimate question, what cultivates our interest in one another, growing inexplicably into unconditional love? How are we able to accept individual flaws to form unions that span time, space, trials and tribulations. While I continue to search for that answer I won’t take for granted the love I witness on a daily basis through the eyes of my clients. While I may never answer the question of love completely, that’s okay.
Humanity has been searching for the answer since the beginning of time and without a definitive explanation we seem to be doing just fine.
whether through a specific, organized religion, or an amalgamation of traditional and non-traditional doctrines we can all find solace in an elevated belief system. the golden rule is such a simple teaching that can be applied in even the most complex and polarizing situations. whichever you choose, maintain some semblance of faith in your purpose and the greater good.
If there is one thing I've learned about being a true friend it's to look out for their best interests, hairstyles included. Take a look at this alternate promo video we put together for Space Salon, Vancouver, BC.
fragility is beauty
vulnerability is strength