I was inclined to outdoor photography casually until pandemic hit and I started taking walks with my son as part of his behavior therapy. His therapist told me that he would hold my son while I took the photos, and little by little I fell in love with wildlife photography. I went from a hobby to a passion, and that turned into a necessity because every time I see something in nature that moves I have to shoot. I never imagined myself a birder, let alone a wildlife photographer, but I moved pretty fast from the flower world to different fields inspired by a Florida wildlife FB group that I joined in 2021. I have no photography background but people say I have a "Good eye", which comes very handy, because my time to practice is very limited due to my family commitments. Nevertheless, I feel very blessed with the amount of species I've been able to spot while my toddler goes to school, and I look forward to more adventures like last weekend that I participated in my first outdoor experience called: Lealman Honey & Arts Festival. I sold a few pieces, and got a lot of feedback and compliments for my work feeling more motivated to keep going because I really love to make an instant last a lifetime with a click, and know that the more I move forward the more I learn and grow as an artist.