I’ve been doing photojournalism since I was 11.
I’ve had a lot of great memories, but a lot has changed.
I’ve become more of a photographer now, not just a business owner.
And I’ve spent more time thinking about my career.
But I still don’t know what I want to do in the future.
My dream is to travel the world, but it’s not easy.
I just can’t see myself working full-time.
My family has always been supportive of my career decisions, but I just don’t feel that it’s a good fit.
My husband, a photographer, thinks my photography is “cool”.
I’ve tried to explain to him that I love it.
And he loves it too.
What’s your life like now?
My wife and I both work full-year, but she also manages our own business.
The work isn’t as glamorous as it used to be.
I’m a very creative person.
We have a small office that is open 24 hours a day.
But we also have a large studio, and we also make a living from photography and advertising.
We’re constantly trying to innovate and bring new ideas to our customers.
I’ve got a passion for photography.
I love the idea of creating images that are personal to me and to my family.
But when it comes to my business, I feel I have to focus on making the best possible image.
That’s why I’m looking for a new career.
What advice would you give someone thinking about pursuing photography?
I always tell people to look at your career as a whole.
Think about how you could use photography to make a difference for others.
Don’t think about yourself.
Think of others.
Think how you can change their lives.
And then go after it.