Sometimes images aren’t always in focus or even in color. As much as I love playing with color, I find it as important to see things in black and white, allowing the viewer to focus back on the details again. What’s in Focus explores what I see through the camera lens and my perception of the world. Aside from origami playing a role in my childhood, I found that the art of photography caught my interest because a moment is framed, memories are kept, and different points of views are seen. Thankfully through working with Espero Photography, I got a taste of what it’s like to work with an official photography business by photographing community events, dance showcases, a wedding, and family portraits. Now, I find myself trying to capture the smaller, overlooked details of life, portraits, and product photography for jewelers and designers.