From a very young age, while all my friends were playing outside, I was staying home alone and exploring the magazines my family had.
I never cared what they were about, the things which interested me the most were pictures. Pictures of the families, models, children, and beautiful weddings.
My dad saw that I have a passion for photography, and even though sometimes we didn’t have enough food on the table, he would still bring at least one magazine a week for me.
Once, when I was alone at home, I took every magazine we had and cut out all the photographs that inspired me the most and put them on a mood board. My parents weren’t so happy about that, but they understood that photography was my life, and I’m so grateful for the love and support they were giving me throughout my journey.
At the age of 14, I got my first job as a dishwasher at a restaurant. I worked all summer long as hard as I could to earn money and buy myself a camera.
When the summer was over, I finally had enough money to buy my first digital camera, and I still consider the day when I got it as one of the happiest days in my life.
Since that day, I never stopped taking pictures and telling stories of the people through them.
Photography is not just my career, it’s my passion. It’s something that moves me and gives me a life purpose.
I cherish every photoshoot I have as my first one.
With love and care for each and every client!