In 2010, my passion for photography reignited with the purchase of my beloved iPhone. Low-tech phone applications such as Hipstamatic, CameraBag, and Tiltshift heightened and confirmed my way of seeing detail, texture, color, and shapes, in all things great and small. With a few years of iPhone experience behind me, I decided taking pictures was my new passion and invested in my new friend, the Canon G12.
I find the most consistent inspiration for photographs outside in Nature. In Nature my muse comes alive with the company of the elements: gazing at clouds, playing with reflections, driving down the freeway pre-sunset, kneeling before plants of all kinds, and capturing the personality of the seasons with one simple click of the camera.
Taking pictures has now become a daily practice for me like meditating or doing yoga. I believe that being creative is food for the soul and is as important as eating your organic kale. To learn more about the creative process this year, I embarked upon a project called “Photo of the Day”—which simply means I am committed to taking and sharing one photograph each day for 365 days with my Facebook community. You can see the project unfold in its entirety on image below: