I think I enjoy photography because it is a way of escaping the solitude of my own thoughts. When I take a photograph I anticipate having others see it, not to hear a like or dislike, but, to simply share with them a part of my introspective experience. Whether I've created the shot entirely or it's an everyday shot seen from my perspective. I certainly do enjoy when a person can appreciate a shot I have taken it makes it all the more satisfying for my creations to be understood, if not in the way I meant than at least at all. But just to expose something so reclusive in such an expansive way releases a recurring tension from the isolation that exists in my head... now I'm kind of wondering if anyone else ever feels like this because we are in fact alone in our heads no matter how many people we're with or who were with, (until we meet someone who seems to be there all the time) sharing whats inside in any way is relieving ...at least to me, I know its just fun, something to do, creative outlet, etc but that's my reasons for why I use photography (and in my case writing) for those things. Hope this makes sense
I'm not very good with photography technique and I get critics, I still believe that Art is something that everybody interpret in a way that make him or her feel better.
I had no idea that I will be so deep into this hobby and not I need to say that it will be always part of my life I only witness the scenes of life and by the means of my camera I gather fragments of existence, on small printed pieces of paper, or on electronic devices.
Current Residence: earth
Favourite style of art: vintage and Conceptual
Favourite cartoon character: Shin Chan
Personal Quote: Life is short, the art long.