If there's one thing that the ups and downs teach you in photography, then it's shoot for yourself. Why wouldn't you? My work is my journal, it's the thoughts at the back of my head that I have no way of putting them into words. It's the emotions I don't even know how to describe, it's the humour, contradictions, oxymorons, and paradoxes I encounter as I step outside my house.

Accessibility and support is important, which is why I enjoy sharing knowledge and resources, I am willing to teach and encourage. It may seem like a drop in the ocean, but if you have the ability to make a difference in someone's creative journey and personal confidence, it can be truly groundbreaking.

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Now on my photography blog:

Chernobyl: The Movie, The Disaster & The Visuals

If you're from the West and elsewhere and not as familiar with the history of everything that went down east of the Berlin Wall, you might, however, have come across the new historical HBO TV mini series "Chernobyl" (2019). If you haven't yet, I highly recommend it! Wait, what does this have to do with photography?


“You can find pictures anywhere. It’s simply a matter of noticing things and organizing them. You just have to care about what’s around you and have a concern with humanity and the human comedy.” (Elliot Erwitt)


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