It was my son who inspired me to get my very first DSLR camera. When he was born, I desperately wanted artistic, beautiful photographs of us. I took him to a commercial studio and what I got from them didn’t make me happy. “Are these kind of photos going to be all the memories from my son’s childhood?’ Secretly from my husband, I bought the camera. After photographing for a couple of months, I realized that having a camera doesn’t make you a photographer. I signed up for local photography classes, where I learned how to use my camera, exposure, composition, and light. However, it wasn’t enough for me. I decided to go through the New York Institute of Photography program. Since then - I just shot, non stop. For the past nine years, I haven’t left my camera’s side and haven't stop learning. And what started as a hobby quickly turned into a full-blown passion and ZAMMPHOTOGRAPHY business.