Lucie Stribrskais creating photos of fleeting moments while observing the world.
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I AM OBSERVING THE WORLD, CAPTURING FLEETING MOMENTS TO EMPOWER PEOPLE TO FIND JOY IN EVERY MOMENT...
Since I can remember, I have had a curious mind that loves observing the world around me. Even as a grown woman, I haven't lost that childlike curiosity to explore. I still have the strong desire to discover places, always looking for details, searching for beauty in seemingly ordinary moments.
I am forever grateful to my dad for always having a camera with him. This led me to treasure photography in a number of ways. I've always found photography to be a vehicle by which you can preserve precious memories and a tool to never stop exploring the world. I find this helps me to convey what I see in a creative way.
Sometimes there are days when we feel overwhelmed, lost and anxious in this fast-paced world. I find that photography, whether the process of taking photos or even looking at printed ones, helps us to pause for a while, stop rushing, calm the mind that is full of restless thoughts and release the stress.
This is not just a scientific study, it is also my own experience.
I developed a chronic depression from a traumatic experience that happened to me as a child, I found that photography helps me to deal with that unpleasant state of mind. Not only in those moments while taking the photos, but also in the way I know I can help others feel better when they look at the photos I've created.
Every time I take a photo, I have you - the potential viewer - in mind. This drives me forward in what I am doing. If I can help at least one person feel better through my work, I know I've done a good job and for me that makes it all worthwhile.
I don't believe in the concept of a starving artist, so here I am, welcoming you to be a part of my lovely supportive family.