It all started when I was 8 years old…
I remember it as if it was yesterday, maybe not as clearly but you get the point. My mom and I we’re in the kitchen one day after eating lunch, I was helping her wash the dishes, probably for the first time ever since I was a bit of a lazy kid. So, I’m washing and my mom is drying and me, being the child that I was, I started playing with soap and water, splashing my mom and you know, being me. I remember spinning up the water and soap in the blender and when it got super foamy, I poured it into the sink.
I kept on playing with the blender and the second time I poured it back, it bounced off of a plate and bubbles flew into the air. The sink was positioned directly in front of the window and the sunlight penetrated one of the bigger bubbles. When I looked through it, I froze… It got all of my attention in no time. I was stunned by the beauty of the bubble and the crazy mix of colors. That moment was when I’ve discovered my true passion for photography.
It might sound like a silly, little boy’s story, but in reality, that was how my photography career began.