“The opportunity to capture a family’s memory is a privilege. We should not take this privilege lightly but treat each session like it could never be captured again, because it can’t. Long after our work here is done, someone will gaze into our images and see a reflection of their life, their history and of loved ones long gone. In each portrait we create there is a story. A moment stopped, captured and documented in the press of a shutter. Although only a single moment in time, within the image there is a lifetime of love, HOPE and joy.” — Sandy Puc’
I had the opportunity to attend one of Sandy Puc’s workshops a couple of months ago, and she is one amazing woman, photographer, business woman, and mom. Although I only got a chance to speak briefly to her after the workshop was done, I was very much moved by her words of wisdom. Here is just one of the videos that was so very touching and perfectly explains why I LOVE my job as a photographer and why I think my volunteer work through NILMDTS is so very important.