I have always liked to express myself in many different ways. That’s why I started with performance arts in 1993. To have the ability to translate emotions and energy into art was mind-blowing to me. But although I was performing on big stages at night, life on the road can be quite boring when offstage. Then I remembered how my dad used to wear a camera wherever he went. I started taking pictures to keep myself occupied, and it didn’t take long before I developed a serious passion for photography. And when, after 17 years of showbiz, I realized I couldn’t do performance arts forever, due to the toll it had taken on my body, I decided to fully embrace my new passion as a photographer.
Many years later, I’m still “freezing the moment” for clients, parents, newlyweds, families, and models. And maybe one day I will freeze your moment, too.
“A photo is so much more than a picture. It’s your spokesperson to the future generations: ‘I was there. I was excited. I was young, I was happy, and someone cared enough about me in this world to take my picture.’”