I am often in front of the camera now.
Growing up the daughter of a photographer, I actually developed quite a phobia about being photographed. I love assisting, looking through the lens of a perfectly composed shot, “seeing” what he saw but when it came time to stand in front of the lens, I would often shrink down and try to disappear.
It has taken quite a bit of effort and time to work through my uncomfortability with “being seen”. I owe much of my new found freedom to Chris. With such a calm energy, an open heart and absolutely zero judgement he makes it easy to be vulnerable and in turn, to be seen.