I began shooting when I was 17, back then I was learning on film and going to school smelling of fixer and developing products most days. I was lucky enough to have a home darkroom where my mother would also work as a photographer. She gave me the best education I didn’t even know I was getting all my life.
Photography was never something I wanted to do for the glamour, it was something I grew to love, the more I grew to appreciate light, and anticipating what was going to happen when light hit my film. 10 years on now, the cameras have changed, the darkroom has changed, but my love for what I do has always stayed.