I spoke with an amazing photographer once and I asked her what her favorite kind of shots are.
Story telling. I love how personal and intimate a photo can get.
I've been applying that in my photography ever since. How can the lighting, colors, etc. be manipulated to show a bigger picture than what you see on this screen?
I've always been drawn towards the "process" of how things work. I'm about the journey more than the destination in almost all circumstances. There's a beauty to it that's unmatched. For me, it's a personal reminder to slow down and not worry too much about the finished product.
For example, I walked through the process of a cutting board from going out and buying the wood to putting a knife on it. I chose contrasting woods, walnut and curly pine, for the aesthetics of it. Android has a campaign right now that I love; "be together, not the same." There's so much beauty in diversity that it'd be a shame to quench that out.
If you'd like to see photos, check out the gallery! I kept this blog short but as you view the photos, I hope you'll see the story.