From hobby to passion.


As a child, I had always been drawn to photography. There was something about being able to capture a moment in time and immortalize it forever that fascinated me. It wasn't until the Covid-19 pandemic hit, however, that I truly had the opportunity to pursue my passion for photography.


During the lockdown, I found myself with a lot of free time on my hands. I decided to take this opportunity to finally invest in a good camera and start taking my photography more seriously. I quickly found that photography was not just a hobby for me, but something that I was truly passionate about.


One of the things that I love most about photography is the ability to capture the love and emotion between two people or animals. For example, I have always been drawn to the relationship between a horse and its rider. There is something truly special about the bond between these two beings, and I love being able to capture that through my photography.

In addition to my passion for photography, the Covid-19 pandemic has also taught me the importance of following my dreams. Prior to the pandemic, I had always been too busy with work and other responsibilities to truly focus on my photography. But the lockdown gave me the time and space to pursue my passion and turn it into something more.


Now, as we slowly emerge from the pandemic, I am more determined than ever to continue pursuing my passion for photography. I am excited to see where it takes me and to continue capturing the love and emotion between my subjects.