Life was somewhat easy for me for quite a long time. Young, I build a special bond with my dad that will play a major role later. Life went on and I found myself in a stable place. Well paid job, a house, wife, kids and friends. I thought I could not ask for more. Life was “easy”.
The early death of my dad opened my eyes: it only felt easy because I refused to be accountable for my choices. I was actually selfish and driven by my own person. It was the first time I decided to show vulnerability. To be honest with me, a necessary evil. This realization made me feel more at peace than anything before. Big changes happened after: I got divorced, I quit my job, I moved to a new country and the most profound change was to marry my wife Tessa. My lobster.
And I found myself.
I don’t believe we need to change everything. In my case, being vulnerable fuels an incredible thirst to keep growing taking risks everywhere I go, with anyone I meet. I’m in a place where photography is the best tool to help couples feel more comfortable showing vulnerability towards each other so they can see how an unconditional love will lead them to a more meaningful life.