1. What is something not too many people know about you?
Not a lot of people know that I like to watch independent movies. I feel like that the emotional value in these low budget movies are as strong as the big Hollywood movies.
2. What are your biggest passions or hobbies?
My biggest passion is photography, I love how I am able to become a preserver of time. Regardless of perspective, I love the notion of holding a tiny slice of time in my hands. Every frame is irreversible. No matter how much we try to recreate a moment, it’ll be different from the previous one.
3. What are your goals for the future?
I aim to be in a place where I can exercise my freedom in creativity and sustain a happy lifestyle in my art in photography.
4. What is your definition of success?
Success is relative to what we are all after. Success for me is living with compassion and being content. Of course, we have to work to live but I don’t think success is not found in how much we own but rather in the life experiences we gain from moments that come by.
5. Tell us something about the projects you're working on.
For the most part, I always try to translate some feelings or an experience in the photos I make. It’s like pulling out a piece of me and putting it on substrate. I am currently working on a project about being stagnant in love and that it exists but not in a perfect way. But other than that, my other projects are purely collaborative and becoming an observer.
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