My journey in photography has been a wild one. I was trying to find myself as a photographer, as I was trying to establish my photography business. I attempted to give clients everything they wanted and more, while still developing my personal style, and keeping my artistic photography in a separate box. What I started to see in this attempt to keep my artistic style seprate from my clients needs, was a feeling of monotony and sameness. I was essentially regurgitating Pinterest, booking volume and although I produced what I considered beautiful photos, they weren’t showcasing the rare beauty or individuality of each person in front of my lens.
And then, one day the light bulb really went off.Read More