“Our day was captured in the most beautiful way, the photos were fantastic, and what made it even more special is that there was a folder on the USB called ‘moments’. I wasn’t expecting it and it had photos of all of the moments I didn’t get to see of family members and their reactions. It made me cry!
Thank you for capturing moments I wouldn’t have seen if it weren’t for you. Thank you for being so friendly and flexible, you went with us and worked around us, you made me feel so at ease and let me get on with everything and you fitted in seamlessly. You were there at the very start of my day, early and on time, and you stayed all day! That’s more than I could’ve asked so thank you for your hard work, it means so much that we will have these memories forever.”
a friend and fellow artist wrote me a message today that filled me with a kind of peaceful positivity about my work…
“it focuses on the little details and simple pleasures in life… it makes me want to be in the photos, which are are not staged and capture natural moments. I learned a new word yesterday (hygge) and i think it can be applied here. ‘in Danish, hygge (pronounced “HUE-gah”) is one such word. though there are many ways to describe hygge, we see it simply as the danish ritual of enjoying life’s simple pleasures. Friends. Family. Graciousness.’ x x”