My whole life, I’ve had a terrible relationship with my body.
I remember, at the age of 7, sitting in my mom’s bathroom, crying because I didn’t feel comfortable in any of the new clothes I tried on.
I think about the times, I spent a couple hours picking out an outfit for school, or going out with friends, just to give up going because I didn’t feel comfortable in anything.
My senior year of college, I developed an eating disorder and lost 40 pounds in 2.5 months.
It hasn’t been until recently that I’ve started to realize how beautiful I am. And I have photography to thank for that. Capturing couples love each other, people strutting goofy poses that turns into a gorgeous candid moment, and seeing two people commit the rest of their lives to each other has made me realize we all are so beautiful in so many ways. There isn’t one way to look, physically, emotionally, or mentally, but we all have beauty in our own ways.
I love photography because I get the opportunity to show people their true beauty, their raw emotions, and the loving humans they are that everyone else can see.
Thank you for those that have given me the opportunity to capture you. I have loved every moment of being you so much joy. And an added bonus, you have helped me love myself a little more.
Your raw self is gorgeous. ♥️
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