À propos du livre
Einstein was often quoted using this metaphor when explaining his relativity theory.
As a photographer, I wholeheartedly agree with the sentiment it expresses: be it on a set with a beautiful model or slow-smoking a fine cigar, I try to make the best of my time, since nothing is as fleeting or as important as enjoying your time, especially in this restless age.
In this book I combined my passions, photography and cigars, hoping to engage you in spending your time with both leisure and pleasure.
Paraphrasing a well-known cigar campaign, my purpose with this book is to have you say:
“Time, beautifully spent.”
I was born in the early eighties and developed a passion for my "way of feeling, of touching, of loving" early in life. I have a wide range of interests and have dabbled in the worlds of accounting and counseling. Photography, however, is my passion; whether I'm observing the moments captured by other photographers or I'm behind the camera myself, I love studying what makes each subject and image unique. While my physical disabilities may constrain me to certain points of view with my camera, they also enable me to capture the angles, light and perspectives that make my work unique. Whether I'm capturing the movement and grace of dance, the pristine exquisiteness of nature, or the depth of emotion in my subjects, I strive to ensure that the raw beauty of the moment shines through.