published on The Phoblographer, by Julius Motal
Hope: I was an “at-home” mom for many years raising 3 boys and one of the activities I enjoyed the most during those years was volunteering at their schools. Several other mothers and I taught a “Mad Scientist” enrichment class, where weekly we conducted all sorts of experiments with the kids. I’m not sure when it happened, but somewhere along the line it dawned on me how fun it would be to try to start photographing these types of “art”.
My love for science, the outdoors and color are where my interests lie. Iread a lot and of course the internet is full of ideas. The age of digital has really made experimenting so affordable and for that I’m thankful. When talking to others about photography I always say at the end of the day, do what you love, what speaks to your heart. I have been asked to shoot weddings and decline every time – they scare me (couldn’t imagine the pressure!) and it’s just not my thing. Now exploding color, I could play with that all day long….
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