As a busy mother of two extraordinary little girls, I have become all too familiar with the fleeting moments of our day to day. I have become obsessed with the details. The changes in the way she holds her crayon, the pudginess of her hands, the way her lashes lay upon her cheek as she sleeps… All of it changes in the blink of an eye. Consequently, I have found myself taking hundreds and hundreds of photos. These images have become some of my most prized possessions
I have always had a great love for photography. As a little girl I can remember spending hours flipping the pages of my mother’s photo albums. I truly believe all of our big moments consists of three parts; the lead up, the moment, and the opportunity to revisit. What I hope to capture are real and genuine moments: the connection between two people, the wonder in a child’s face, the love in a mothers eyes. Moments of anticipation, excitement, surprise… I could go on all day.
I would consider it a huge honour (and responsibility) as a photographer, to be a part of how you will remember and revisit some of the most important moments in your life.
Real people, real moments, real life – captured.
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