As a photographer, I always look for genuine moments that tell stories. The moments that reflect feelings or how the subjects I am working on are connected with one another, or with others are the main reason for me to press the shutter. Mostly, not for how they look. Normally I don't direct my clients what to do. Basically it is just me be there seeing how the event or the day unfolds, find its natural beauty and capture the selected moments from my perspective. That is my style of photography.
Photography to me is a visual language. A photograph is like a massage expressing our thoughts and feelings. I prefer taking pictures that tell stories, pictures that reflect not just how do we look at a particular moment but how we feel, what we think and how do we connect with each other. I found that a photograph, well captured, could be very powerful. It reinforces our memory without having to describe a situation in words.
As a father of two. I found documentary photography is the best way to capture pictures of my family. I believe that the best smiles are those we are not forced to. Although it takes a lot of effort and anticipation to capture the moment with this photography style, the outcomes are authentic and much more meaningful.