My style is generally nonintrusive, I shoot a combination of natural, close up, artistic, classical and ones filled with emotion.

Since I can remember, I’ve had an interest in photography, as my father is a professional photographer and mother an artist who always encouraged me to be creative and use my imagination.

One of my first memories as a toddler was seeing my father develop his photos in the then seemingly mysterious and magical darkroom. I started asking him many questions about photography from a young age. My first camera, of the simple point-and-shoot variety, was an important formative gift, but also a slight disappointment, being a “big girl” at four years old, I had hoped for a “real” (professional) camera.

From there on in my passion for photography grew. I’ve learnt various skills over the years, started with old film cameras, then proceeded to digital slr’s and editing techniques.

I love photographing people, capturing natural moments, zooming into the hidden or small things, telling a story, sensing nuances and creating beautiful images for people to cherish for the rest of their lives.