A little about me...
I love to travel, talk to strangers, and take photographs. So much so, that it has transformed itself from a casual amateur to a part-time to an aspiring full-time photographer! Meanwhile, I have been given the task of graphic designer through various positions and gained the creative skill and passion for it alongside photography.
Photography has ALWAYS been a true passion of mine but many people have always told me to keep it as a hobby. So, I studied psychology. And as much as I find it interesting, it wasn't my cup of "professional" tea to be sipping on for the rest of my life. Instead, I grabbed what I learned in the two years of my studies, and applied it to my style of photography: capturing the mood of what I was experiencing within the world around me. After two years of Pysch at York University, I decided to pursue a more practical career of Urban Planning and Design. Long story short, I graduated with a Masters degree, landed a job in my field, but somehow, photography always finds its way back into my life.
While working a full-time job Monday through Friday, and a part-time job on the weekends, I found that I was distancing myself with my passion. So, I picked up the camera again, packed up the courage and quit my part-time job, and now tackling the competitive industry to make it out as a full-time photographer.
October 2014 & November 2014:
Featured as Top 10 photographer in The Art Galleria Expo in Toronto, Canada