"For me, photography is in many ways a universal language that not only enables a moment to be suspended in time - it is one that everyone can understand. The beautiful thing about photography is that it transcends cultures; it bridges language and cultural gaps. Capturing the essences and nuances of light and emotion is both intimate and powerful, and it can be evocative if done well."
Another lovely and inspirational thought of hers:
"Nothing is more important than connecting with the moment, and by being comfortable with my equipment, I can dedicate myself to doing just that."
Excerpt from interview in the March issue of Rangefinder Magazine