This year I'm planning to work on my conceptual portfolio and make some magical and wondrous photos whenever I can. Here's my first venture into my series - 'Witchlight'.
Reading dusty tomes by moonlight often became tricky and cumbersome. She preferred to read in the comforting blanket of darkness, away from the stares and giggles of her peers. Here she could pour over text for what felt like forever, uninterrupted apart from the drip drip of rain on the rooftop above, hypnotically losing herself in the words on the page. When the moonlight became too sparse she lit the end of her finger by simply thinking about it - one moment the markings where lost in darkness, and the next a flame had appeared, fidgeting in the breeze - it never hurt. it was a gift she had kept hidden for the last few weeks, something told her others wouldn't be as accepting and welcoming as her. It was all new, it felt like she was at the very beginning of something huge and fantastic. If she could do this, then what else would she discover? Anyway, she preferred reading by candle light... Finger light?...No, Witchlight.
Usually found behind a camera or using pretty stationary. Portrait & documentary photographer, capturing the magic in the everyday. Vegan.