I started taking photos when I was young The idea came from my dad and he was a creative man with many good ideas. So I got my 35-mm rangefinder and began to snap around. I had to lock myself with a couple of my photo-buddies in the dark room and work on B&W prints for hours, learning the skill from the ground up. Much have changed since then. The technology took the process of photography to places never imagined. And while I like tech advances in cameras and happily check new softwares, I still believe in the art of "taking photos". Angles, light and framing the shots, are very individual things and I like to explore them, mixing new and old ideas.
It's one thing having pro equipment and it's another (a lot more important) thing, taking interesting and personal approach to photography and learning your own way of seeing world through the lens. It's an endless process of learning and it's a very fulfilling side of my life. I am not much into GRANDE shots. I like people and prefer to tell the story in photos, the story that will be enjoyable in years to come. After all photography is creating memories through the images.