I am a freelance photographer. I specialize in high quality standards my pictures are outstanding. I learned the pleasure of photography at the young age of ten when I took a trip out of town with my family. Over the years I learned the beauty of photography and the people and places that surrounds me. I work at home mostly, putting time into working with quality pictures and customer satisfaction.
For me, it's not about capturing a smile, tear, or laugh that makes a photo special on an emotional level. It's about capturing all these little things without losing focus on the overall story of the day. In basic terms, I don't just capture the "who,” "what," "when," and "where." I also aim to capture the "how" and "why." How do I capture all of those ideas in one shot? That is a challenge that I keep in mind.
Photography is one thing, but cinematography is a different level of storytelling that is both emotionally captivating, and thorough. So what is the difference between cinematography and videography? They are essentially the same thing, but the major difference is the approach to storytelling. Videography tells the story from the viewpoint of the people behind the cameras. It is an emotionally engaging movie-like film that allows viewers to understand. I value the idea of quality over quantity. Satisfaction is not always achieved through over a thousand photos. I use my professional judgement to deliver the best photos without numerous duplicates for the sake of quantity. "Good enough" is just not good enough for us. That’s what quality is and I want to share it with you.