He left and came back really quickly and with no waste of time I felt a…
As a photographer, I began my journey by exploring the beauty of landscapes. I experimented with ND filters, infrared lens attachments, and spent countless hours ensuring the perfect horizon alignment. At the time, there was nothing more satisfying than capturing time-lapses while sipping bourbon from a flask. However, after several sunburns, I realized that perhaps switching to indoor photography could spare my skin.
As I ventured into photographing people, I found myself experimenting with the standard genres of glamour, boudoir, and lifestyle photography. While it was enjoyable, the monotony soon set in.
In 2013, I realized that a change in my approach was essential if I wanted to avoid burnout. To cut a long story short, I decided to challenge myself and explore projects that pushed my skills to the limit. Now, most of my projects are about self-discovery, learning about light and equipment, and challenging myself as a photographer.