I am a lover of natural light and photography is an ongoing and consuming passion.
“And in the end, we were all just humans…Drunk on the idea that love, only love, could heal our brokenness.”
Unknowingly, my instagram account got featured in Loyola Phoenix, the official publication of Loyola University Chicago. This was a very pleasant surprise considering I only knew about it when they tagged me on twitter for this. But what I love about this so much is that It was so interesting to read what they had to say about me and my photos.
This Instagrammer is more artsy and less documentary than the others listed here, but Cebu-based Ryann Reyes, a registered nurse in the Philippines, takes beautiful, poetic pictures of everyday life in the tropics.
It’s so good to be referred as a Registered Nurse again. And at the same time be recognized for my photos. I was looking for this balance between the medical and creative worlds that I have in my head. And to see this is a good sign that I may have achieved that balance that I want.
Thank You Loyola Phoenix!
Read the entire article here: http://www.loyolaphoenix.com/window-world
“Your dream doesn’t have an expiration date. Take a deep breath and try again.”
I saw your cargocollective portfolio and you're such an amazing photographer!! :) I find portraits so challenging to capture and you do such a fine and flawless job on it.
You are too kind. Thank you so much!
I feel as though I've struck the jackpot twice! Haha. I was looking for a clean theme to start up my writing blog, and in the process, discovered that your blog is perfect for inspirational photographs and quotes. Thanks so much! I'll be sure to drop by from time to time. :)
Awww! Thank you so much for your kind words. I really appreciate it.
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Oh Hi! You've got amazing set of photos, glad to know your Bisaya too! High five southside! :)
Aw o uy. Of course. Haha. Thanks! :)
Worked with these awesome people today. And you guys will know about it very soon. In the meantime, please allow us to live our dreams as we pose like the Haim sisters.