Considering that my childhood was heavily documented on film, I like to bring my camera everywhere in order to capture the fleeting moments, the joyous trips and life-changing adventures — with the mindset that photos become life’s most comprehensive souvenirs to reflect upon, when the details start to blur.
Looking through a lens actively forces me to seek what’s beautiful or grotesque, notice the details, and view the world with a little more patience and understanding. Through the years, photography has become a blossoming passion of mine, and this blog documents that journey as an amateur aspiring photographer leaping towards professionalism.
Q: What camera equipment do you use to take your photos?
A: I have a Canon 7D, two prime lenses (35mm and 50mm), and a Tamron 28-75mm zoom lens. Prior to September 2011, all I had was a Rebel XTi!
Q: When and why did you move from San Francisco to Seattle?
A: I moved up January 2013 to join a health-tech startup here, hoping to innovate in a space that badly needs disruption. At the beginning of 2014, my husband and I started a venture of our own.