People have everything in them.

Glory, beauty, heartbreak, wisecracks, sobs, curiosity, play, belief, vulnerability, fear,
it’s all in there.

If you can find that on the other side of your lens,
not only do you have something,

you have everything.
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Yeah, I have a certain style.
A way of seeing things, feeling things, appreciating things.
It’s this muted, quite, softer penchant I naturally gravitate towards.

I think it’s because it brings me peace.
A frame at rest without the clamour of bright colours or the commotion of life brings an ease to my mind.

The outside reflects the desires of the inside.
But it’s always a good idea to move those muscles out of your usual.
To nail the bright perkiness of life with all its bangs and whistles.
Navigating the world of other brands and their social media has been a welcome trip.

To get down into the bunker of what wants to be communicated within the parameters of a specific brand
and creatively calculate how to get there is a challenge I’m all for.
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My eye instinctually feeds on textures, symmetry, themes, colours and angles.
How many stories can you pull out of versatile, open-ended frames?

Too many.
In the end, your specific eye brings a small fraction of what the other side is giving you.

What people will lasso you into feeling alongside of them through a photograph - their joy, their adventure, their life - is the why behind my click, click, click.

In unguarded, regular, windy minutes, someone is waving you in to be with them.
And if that can be felt through a photograph, well, that’s the golden ticket.

That’s the everything.
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