I'm currently a photography and fine arts (graphics) student. My entire goal as an artist and photographer is to simply make people "feel". To enrich their human experience in this life. I don't create much (if any) of my "fine art/photography" work with a general intent on imposing views or ideas. I like to think fate brings me to where I end up and to what I create.
Someone once told me, "If you look back to your childhood, what is the one thing you remember yourself doing most often?" That same person told me, that 'something' is most likely what you will find yourself enjoying still to this day and for the rest of your life. "All you have to do is discover what that 'something' was". As a child, my 'something' was carrying an old Nikon camera everywhere. Only this camera was film-less. In order for my photos to come to life, I would draw them after [pretending] shooting them. Of course at the time I had no idea that what I was doing would become rudiments for the passion of my life.
I am just starting out in the professional photography world and would love to hear what other professional photographers think of my work. Criticism is always appreciated!