A little bit about me…

I realised early on that running my own business was the only way I would be satisfied and fulfilled in my career as I could never quite seem to find my place in the workplace working for a boss.


In 2013 I knew I had to make a change if I wanted to succeed and without giving it second thought I started my own business, determined to make a success of it no matter what. Naturally there were those people who thought I was crazy, telling me I was making a mistake and I should rather focus on a stable income working for a boss. This of course just motivated me even more to make a success of my business. My philosophy has always been to do what you are passionate about, even if do not get rich doing it, rather than to have all the money in the world but being unhappy everyday doing something you do not love.


Running a business by yourself and having this as your only income is extremely difficult especially in the beginning, but the alternative to running my own business was just not an option for me. I was determined not give up until I succeed no matter how difficult it was and sometimes still is.


In 2018 I was fortunate enough to start my fulfilling photography journey, a passion of mine for as long as I can remember. Asking myself why I didn’t make this happen a long time ago as the joy of being behind the camera is indescribable.


Soon after starting my photography journey I realised which genres of photography I am most passionate about.

  • Architectural & Interior Photography – from my love for travel, tourism, hospitality and interior decorating.
  • Corporate Photography – being passionate about business and helping others to succeed.
  • Dog Photography – my love for dogs since I was a child and my first business offering pet services.


What makes my approach to business and photography unique is my belief that every person, business, property, company etc. is different and unique in their own way and feeling this way I believe in first taking the time to listen to your specific needs, what is important to you, what makes you unique and what the message is you would like to communicate.


To end things off I would like to share my favourite saying in life and in business: “Say what you mean and mean what you say”.