Growing up, I toyed with Kodak instant cameras equipped with flash that came in cubes. I would always take pictures just like anybody else. Although my parents gave me a film camera, I have never done film processing in a darkroom. I would always save money from my allowance to have it processed.
I am passionate with photography as I am with interior design. Aside from the fact that photography is an expensive hobby, it led me to pursue and finished a program at UCLA. My main goal was to photograph my own design projects but I feel like I am venturing not just into interior architecture and design.
I am very grateful to all my instructors, colleagues and friends for their encouragement, support, patience and understanding.
“I don’t know what good composition is…. Sometimes for me composition has to do with a certain brightness or a certain coming to restness and other times it has to do with funny mistakes. There’s a kind of rightness and wrongness and sometimes I like rightness and sometimes I like wrongness.” – Diane Arbus