Photography

"Shoot a roll every week or you have to pay me $100." That's how I started my photography journey. My friend lent me his favorite camera under this condition. They couldn't be random photos too; these photos had to be taken with intention. So, I set off on this journey with his (now mine) Minolta CLE.

Shooting with film opened my eyes and got me to think differently about photography and intention. Overtime, I learned a lot about myself, piecing together the thought process behind every picture I took. I shoot photos of people because I wanted to understand them, like the man picking lemons or the couple in matching outfits on a motorcycle.

Photography

"Shoot a roll every week or you have to pay me $100." That's how I started my photography journey. My friend lent me his favorite camera under this condition. They couldn't be random photos too; these photos had to be taken with intention. So, I set off on this journey with his (now mine) Minolta CLE.

Shooting with film opened my eyes and got me to think differently about photography and intention. Overtime, I learned a lot about myself, piecing together the thought process behind every picture I took. I shoot photos of people because I wanted to understand them, like the man picking lemons or the couple in matching outfits on a motorcycle.

Photography

"Shoot a roll every week or you have to pay me $100." That's how I started my photography journey. My friend lent me his favorite camera under this condition. They couldn't be random photos too; these photos had to be taken with intention. So, I set off on this journey with his (now mine) Minolta CLE.

Shooting with film opened my eyes and got me to think differently about photography and intention. Overtime, I learned a lot about myself, piecing together the thought process behind every picture I took. I shoot photos of people because I wanted to understand them, like the man picking lemons or the couple in matching outfits on a motorcycle.