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For me the passion to create is not just an option but built into my very own DNA. Art is not simply defined by the finished product, but by the process one pours into the very act of creating.
As a young child, I had to be drawing, painting, playing music or building something. Anything that I could call my own, my creation, my stamp. To step back and say, I did that. It is an explosion of self-expression poured out in the unending process of living. Creating is as natural as breathing. Attending my first official art class in primary school was nothing short of heaven. To have art taught in an academic classroom gave validation to the process of creating. It wasn’t until my final year as an employee that I was first introduced to photography.
From the very beginning it was a perfect marriage. As time went by, my passion for the photographic process was all consuming. Even working in the commercial arena I have never ceased to view myself as an artist. To position myself any other way would be absurd. I believe it is the Gift of God and the uncompromising passion to create that is slowly allowing my work to compete in the market place.
In defining my work, I view myself as an illusionist, creating images larger than life. The photographic process is in a constant flux of change. I believe embracing that change gives me a greater option to fulfill my vision as an artist. Without question, I believe we are in the greatest age of photography since it’s conception.

This blog is dedicated to Weddings with emphasis being on details and lighting. Enjoy!

 

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