How have you approached creating at home?
My approach is always the same no matter where I’m located because the goal is always the same. That goal plainly put is to encourage people to slow down and appreciate how beautiful simple moments can be. I hope with my work to highlight just how precious every moment truly is.
What has motivated you to keep shooting?
Photography gets me out of bed in the morning. Photography keeps me up late at night. I think about creating photos or some aspect of it about 95% of my day. I’m obsessed with making photos. It’s my therapy, it’s my voice, it’s my everything. This time is no different for myself as an artist and what leads me to create. Oddly enough, shooting is what motives me to continue with other things I’d often label as mundane.
Any tips on how to set up a home studio?
My number one tip for setting up a home studio is to keep it simple. Find the best light in your space and work around that area. Still-life work usually just requires a surface and quality light. Portraits may not need any surfaces at all. Keep the set up simple so it doesn’t get in the way of the overall goal of actually taking the photo.