Portrait photography on film
Family | Motherhood | Couples
The mere existence of our simple lives is the most equisite poetry.
Equisite, and ephemeral.
It is now – in bed hair and bare feet; with sheets on the line and dishes in the sink. We must savour our reality with honesty and verve.
On a trajectory to a teaching career that was burning me out before I’d even began, on a whim, I purchased my first 35mm camera. I thought I would abandon my new hobby in a fortnight. Instead, I fell in love.
My work is intuitively guided by the principles of wabi-sabi, a Japanese concept and way of life. The central ideas are simplicity, imperfection and impermanence.