Born and raised in and around the RVA area. I started studying photography while in high school, and then continued my studies in the Photography and Film department at VCU. My current life consists of raising two sweet boys, two goofy fur babies, going on adventures with my husband, and building our new avenues of my photography brand.
Sandra’s CreativeMornings activity
"Stay in your present moment." Namaste. ✨
This is a very first mural I did in Richmond. It was illegal. I had a fake jumpsuit, the whole nine yards, I went here and did it in broad daylight. This guy comes around from work — two cocktail day — comes around and sees it. Hates it, like, "This sucks." But you know what, I didn't care because I'd stopped him, I made him take that one second and make a creative interpretation. He looked at it and went, "I don't like it. Huh, I don't know what it's doing here, but I don't like it." . . . I won.
For me, the true origins of pure creativity - and this is before any mark is made, before any note is even played, before any design is developed or a concept is conceptualized, anything that happens - we must first fall in love. It’s vital. It’s important."
When you live your life for you, you can feel less broken and more whole.
Life is essentially a series of moments and minimalism can be a tool to help you maximize the moments you have.