Photog //  I fell in love with photography in the dark room when I was 14 years old. Watching an image come to life in the chemicals was truly something else. The smell of the chemicals brings me back to a time of just losing myself in the craft. And when I went to Western Kentucky University I wanted to be a photojournalist.   At WKU I was exposed to both the journalism and photographic aspects of the industry. But I only truly fell in love with the photo process - the creativity of concept behind it - I was not smitten with the journalism component that accompanied it. And because of that I left the journalism side and focused more so on the creative freedom that comes with being behind the lens.    
       
     
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  Photog //  I fell in love with photography in the dark room when I was 14 years old. Watching an image come to life in the chemicals was truly something else. The smell of the chemicals brings me back to a time of just losing myself in the craft. And when I went to Western Kentucky University I wanted to be a photojournalist.   At WKU I was exposed to both the journalism and photographic aspects of the industry. But I only truly fell in love with the photo process - the creativity of concept behind it - I was not smitten with the journalism component that accompanied it. And because of that I left the journalism side and focused more so on the creative freedom that comes with being behind the lens.    
       
     

Photog // I fell in love with photography in the dark room when I was 14 years old. Watching an image come to life in the chemicals was truly something else. The smell of the chemicals brings me back to a time of just losing myself in the craft. And when I went to Western Kentucky University I wanted to be a photojournalist. 

At WKU I was exposed to both the journalism and photographic aspects of the industry. But I only truly fell in love with the photo process - the creativity of concept behind it - I was not smitten with the journalism component that accompanied it. And because of that I left the journalism side and focused more so on the creative freedom that comes with being behind the lens. 

 

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Screen Shot 2016-08-24 at 4.53.26 PM.png
       
     
AZMUDDINbw copy.jpg
       
     
candice.jpg
       
     
fashion3.jpg
       
     
chesley.jpg
       
     
chrons portrait.jpg
       
     
fashion2.jpg
       
     
Laura2.jpg
       
     
hughey_edit1.jpg
       
     
portrait4.jpg
       
     
shannon.jpg
       
     
HISYAMbw copy.jpg
       
     
graphic design portrait.jpg
       
     
AISHA-SOMEONEbw copy.jpg