I recently went through some of the most painful heartache I’ve ever felt in my life. I lost about a year’s worth of photographs and video. These photos were not just my personal work, but they were my memory. Everyone who knows me knows that I have my camera on me at most times, always documenting my days and good times with my friends. The work I had created was a true reflection of my progression and evolution–not only as a photographer, but also as a person. I have experienced so much adventure, love and pain in the past few years and the only thing that seemed to stay constant was my ability to create. It’s truly hard to let evidence of this go, but I have always been a firm believer that everything happens for a reason.
Things could have been worse, all the tools are still at my hands and my only option now is to keep doing what I know best. So. That’s just what I’ll do..
I shot my lovely and incredibly talented friend, Sarah De Burgh, today. A burst of creativity sparked inside of me and I took the time aside from my schoolwork to run with it. Boy, did it feel good…
Forever looking forward,