My mother gave me a camera when I was 11. Where words had often failed me, the lens brought clarity. I found my voice; a way to express how I viewed the world and the means to find my place in it.
I’ve been documenting beautiful moments ever since.
Although I’ve travelled the world with my camera and documented incredible places, it’s human interaction that fuels my work. The casual exchange with a stranger in Thai street market, to the moment a nervous groom turns to see his future-wife walk up the isle – beautiful moments that are fleeting and yet somehow last a lifetime.
I like to think of myself as a documenter, not a director. My job is to capture the sincere, funny and occasionally quirky truth, because that’s where beautiful pictures come from.