When Himne, my eldest daughter was born in 2004, I purchased my first set of photographic equipment for studio work. At the time I was a student at the Brandgin and Communication institute VEGA, studying full-time photography . 2nd in my class – something that I learned to be proud of.
I soon realised what it was that I appreciated – the enjoyment of capturing moments, the emotions that exist in each moment, the variety of the people and their many ways that I get to take in and even share, the different places we meet. the adrenalin and challenge of creating things on the scene that aren’t there, be it props to add to the feel, dimensions, even a mood, and eventually being able to “develop” the perfect shot, still waiting anxiously and equally excited for those perfect lines to appear on each image after a day of giving it my all.
Never a day goes by where I do not live life to the fullest and am richly rewarded with the efforts of my labour.