I want my art to inspire a conversation that may not have anything to do with my art. I want my images to allow people to think of something or someone they haven't thought about in a while. I want my art to make the viewer feel as intimate about the person captured as I do win them. I want my art to spark emotions, words, and thoughts that catch fire and flourish.
I want my art to bring as much passion and happiness to my viewers as it does to me.
I was adopted from the country of Georgia when I was about nine months old. The woman who helped my parents get me predicted that I was going to be a painter. Today my family and I believe that by painter she meant photographer because I, unfortunately, cannot paint, but I still developed a passion in athe art that tries to show people a new perspective of the world through the eyes of the artist. I believe that the women who helped my parents get me was right because I have been taking photos and making art since I was in 4th grade when my dad handed me my first disposable camera. The first picture I remember taking was of some flags outside a coffee shop. As I grew up and went to high school, I noticed that my AP art class was the best part of my day. I did a focused study of the human body for my first ever photography portfolio, and my passion just grew and grew until I decided to attend university and study it for my major.
I took all the photos and creations you see