The lighting choices I make in every one of my images helps me to convey a mood or feeling. I want my viewers to pause, catch their breath, remember, dream (I want to make you move, I want you to feel it, too). Light is truly all around us, all we have to do is open our eyes to see it.
I used to get held up a lot about technical jargon, though these days I tend to keep everything very minimal when shooting. Quality is about seeing, first; equipment, second; and creativity third. But light, its always, always, about the light and the colours that it does (blue, orange, yellow, pink).
Honestly, my camera is just the extension of my eye (and sometimes, actually, always, how I'd like and interpret the world to be, how I want everything and us all to exist - soft, luminous, glowing particles of pleasure). My love with portraiture (photography) is passionate, vast and ongoing, and there are very, very few days I dont pick up my camera and shoot (these moments of great joy and revelation are far too profound not to re-capture and rebound each day). I hope, more than ever, that my devotion to portraiture will continue as long as I have the eyes to see the beautiful and unlimited qualities of life and light around me.