I started photographing 6 years ago. When I take a picture, I try to focus on its individual and intrinsic beauty. I don’t think there is an overarching theme to my photographs and I attempt to document the moment that I freeze in my frame with immaculate detail. I try to make every photo worthy of Henri-Cartier Bresson’s definition : “The decisive moment.” Whether I am in an urban environment or a more rural area, I look for the characteristics that define what my eye considers as alluring. I work mainly with film, but I also have digital pieces. I work better with film because its scarcity and preciousness pushes me to think tenfolds about any frame I want to capture. When I am aware that every snap of the shutter counts, I only want to hear the soothing click when I am sure that what my lens sees is nothing short of perfection. I love doing portrait photography because it’s a two way process. It doesn’t matter which end of the lens you are on, if there is a connection between you and your subject, you will produce visual wonders. There’s a common expression that says: “The eyes are the window to the soul.” I personally think the lens is the window to my mind and my beliefs.