black and white
ˈblak ən ˈ(h)wīt/
only black and white, and no other color.
Not all photos require the full force of color. Some photos thrive on a more muted tone, allowing the emotions and gestures to stand out.
human being, persons
"I believe that everyone is beautiful and interesting, with their talents or in their natural state. I aim to capture their charm through my lens in my owm personal style"
(of food) having a pleasant, distinct flavor.
"The trick to capturing a great food shot is conveying the flavours and aromas of the dish through sight alone."
with each other
"You don't need to stage a kiss, force an awkward hug, or pretend to be lovey dovey. All you have to do is just be together, look at each other, have fun, and I will capture those stolen candid moments that make your love story truly yours."
\ ˈstrēt \
an environment (as in a depressed neighborhood or section of a city)
I used to enjoy making movies, but a production requires so many people. One day, I felt the itch, took my camera, and started taking pictures instead. This way I still get to tell a story without a whole crew.
a space, area, or spot, set apart or used for a particular purpose
All my pictures remind me of a specific moment in time. With each image I'm instantly brought back to that particular day, that particular mood, that particular place.
Movies let you explore a store in a more in-depth manner, which is why I sometimes go back to my filmmaking roots. A sound element can really bring an otherwise silent photograph to life.