Photography is a huge part of my life, a passion of my. It is a hobby I enjoy preoccupying my spare time with.

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Photography not only allows me to view the world in a different perspective,  it also gives me the freedom to express my creative side; giving me full control over my camera and the results.

Without photography, I wouldn’t appreciate the beauty in my subject/in places and I probably wouldn’t travel as much, adventuring off to new cities/towns to explore and capture the unique culture.

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Photography has given me a reason to travel to various places, meet amazing people and develop my skills as well as broaden my understanding of the topic.

The enjoyable part of capturing photographs is being able to talk to the subjects, learn about them, their culture, interests and way of living. It amazes and provokes me to continue with my work.

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Since developing a passion for photography, I believe my work has been inspired by many photographers; Mario Testino, Martin Parr, David Hurn, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Ferdinando Scianna, Chris Steele-Perkins, Elliot Erwitt, Dominic Whiten, Steve McCurry, Mario Testino, Mark Laita and many more who have influence my photograph one way or another.