When we begin to know our selves better, we also gain a unique way of seeing things and taking in what memory is important to us.

Photography begins that way–a struggle for the technicalities, an experimentation for everything it can do to develop one’s photographic eye, and finally a revelation of one’s style. And a lot like life itself, it is a never-ending adventure of new techniques, perspectives and even a rediscovery of previously unnoticed pathways.

But the ambient light that makes every memory naturally beautiful is a borrowed instance, an unrepeatable segment of perfect imperfection that stays in the heart. And only through the heart do we and photography truly see clearly.