My life is busy. So is yours. With photography, I find that I actually get to "stop and smell the roses", or more like... stop and SEE life.
It is holding onto that moment, that snapshot of your life that seems so ordinary at the time. And if you add some future to it, a little bit of chaos and maybe even some loss; that's when that picture becomes a treasure of the past, filled with a whole rainbow of experiences, known only to you.
Photography is my passion, where nursing is my form of compassion. I see these two professions so tightly intertwined together. On one side, I get to witness health struggles, tragedies, death or triumphs of human body - on the other side, I feel I contribute to preserving stories of people's life journey, family legacies, individuals' history that lasts beyond our physical presence on this Earth.
It is my honour to be able to capture and present those moments to you.
... and the Thank You goes to ...
Enormous "Thank You" to my brother, Andrew Werbowy, for his continuous, brilliant IT support, never-ending patience and for guiding me through my early beginnings with the adventure of the photography world. You are the best!
"Thanks a million" to my late Dad who taught me see many forms of art and for his gene for photography; you're always with me when I hold my camera. No less, an overwhelming gratitude to my wonderful Mom- my best friend, my critic, my very patient listener, a loving and generous soul to all.
Also, I am tremendously grateful to my photography guru, Moussa Faddoul (Fotoreflection) for his guidance, continuous support and trust in my growth. Thank you for "finding me" and letting me experience your kindhearted
take on life and photography.