So you’d think taking a break from photography was a great idea… Well, it was and more so I got to focus more creatively during the pandemic, which did see a range of events get cancelled. Not only that I got to spend time with the family more so often even before COVID-19 hit and those experiences will be a journey on their own.
The original plan was to start photography back in 2019, and as you can imagine it didn’t quite go to plan for the whole industry. We were the last in most areas and although I’m thankful for having my skills in place to allow temporary work to flow in whilst the storm passes.
Come early 2021, expecting normality, my Nana (Mum’s dad) unfortunately passed away, followed a few months later with my Ba (Grandma) also passing away. During this time I was thankful to see them witness my wedding and also spending time with me over the many moons that have passed.
“Every day over one billion photos are shared online and I believe we are standing on top of a massive opportunity to change how we see and talk about mental health.”– Bryce Evans
The year has taught me a lot so far and now I’m able to focus on photography, getting life on track and approach it from a better angle. It’s been tough for most and I really hope I can see you at your next event or just give me a hi! My passion for photography has been with me for many years and I’ve missed capturing those Krazy moments.
I am now finding focus throughout the journey I had taken over the months, even years and have belief everyone is great within what they put out to the world. Mine has always focused on being creative no matter which area and my ability to adapt to situations is what I’ve learnt over the experiences I’ve faced.