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Lover of the Light
Hey! I'm Scott! I love taking photos. Photography has been and will always be a part of my life. Since a kid, I would play with disposable cameras, and taking candid photos of my family.
I left photography while I was growing up but my love for the craft returned around late high school because of the influence from my friends. By then I would shoot with any camera available at hand; p&s, phone, ipod, and now the hard-earned, sought-after, and very own dslr. Finally! haha
I really enjoy Street / Reportage / Documentary photography a lot! In contrast, I also like Portraiture. From there, my love of taking portraits stems to Fashion, Lifestyle, and Editorial styles. Apart from these, I enjoy the other genres, but nothing compares to the feeling when I'm shooting those mentioned above.
I am open to collaborations, conceptual, portfolio, advertising & commercial work. If you are interested in working with me drop me a message or email.

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Unfinished.

"Unfinished.
Of all the words that you could use to describe La Sagrada Familia; brown, pointy, weird. The one that really seems to stick is unfinished. 

Why? Because on June 7th 1926, the architect, Antoni Gaudi — whose beard was also brown, pointy, weird, and unfinished was run-over by a bus. And so, his greatest master piece would remain forever unfinished.

Gaudi, to his credit never gave up on his dream. But that’s not usually how it goes. I mean, usually it isn’t the speeding bus that keeps the brown, pointy, weird church from getting built. Most of the time it’s just too difficult, or too expensive, or too scary. 

It’s only once you’ve stopped that you realized how hard it is to start again. So you force yourself not to want it. But it’s always there and until you finish it, it will always be…”

-Ted Mosby (How I Met Your Mother; S06E03)

Unfinished.
Of all the words that you could use to describe La Sagrada Familia; brown, pointy, weird. The one that really seems to stick is unfinished.
Why? Because on June 7th 1926, the architect, Antoni Gaudi — whose beard was also brown, pointy, weird, and unfinished was run-over by a bus. And so, his greatest master piece would remain forever unfinished.
Gaudi, to his credit never gave up on his dream. But that’s not usually how it goes. I mean, usually it isn’t the speeding bus that keeps the brown, pointy, weird church from getting built. Most of the time it’s just too difficult, or too expensive, or too scary.
It’s only once you’ve stopped that you realized how hard it is to start again. So you force yourself not to want it. But it’s always there and until you finish it, it will always be…
— Ted Mosby (How I Met Your Mother; S06E03)