when I was a teenager, I reshaped girls in my imagination. I did it without much thought. more this, less that. until one day as a young man, I came across a collection of film photographs of nude women. something was different. different than what magazines and movies had taught me was beautiful. they were raw. they had stretch marks. no makeup. they weren’t hiding anything. simply comfortable. for the first time in my life, I saw vulnerability as strength. it changed the way I view women, and even more. I started to see broken things as beautiful things. it led me to find light in dark places. hope where it might be lost. that spark ignited a new sense of optimism. I learned to love the skin we’ve been given. in this story, light also became my muse. so as I create now, my vision is to empower natural beauty through genuine images. I want to capture moments that feel real and honest. I believe in the power of a photograph.