Many of the things we encounter on a daily basis could be considered ordinary, mundane, and ugly. During this project, I set out to reveal the beauty of these things. From their texture and lines, to their tones and colors. With camera in hand, I chose my macro lens to get in close to see the texture of what I was photographing. By changing my angle and point of view, I was able to get a shallow depth of field, that produced a wonderful out of focus area, great colors, and tones. While going through this process I started seeing things differently. Seeing their beauty through my abstract eye.
Lisa is a wife, mother of two, Information Technology (IT) geek, and budding portrait photographer. What started as a mother simply wanting to document family life through photos for scrapbook pages, has evolved into an obsession to capture the details of life. From the normal everyday moments to the extraordinary moments, photography is the creative outlet that Lisa uses to showcase the world in a different way.