Find Your Why
Finding Your “Why”
An Exercise in Finding Your “Why:”
Our Personal Whys
Shaunae became a photographer because she fell in love with telling the stories of people. She found people absolutely fascinating and wanted their memories to be preserved. She wants them to have a legacy to leave behind. Not just her own legacy, but she wanted the people she photographed to have photos to remember their legacy too. After experiencing a lot of loss in her life, her why shifted into a deeper meaning. She wanted to tell the stories of people so we remember them after they are gone. It was always about documenting a legacy that started with love.
Sarah had a dream of being an entrepreneur from a young age, but didn’t know in what way that would take shape. After finishing a few semesters undecided at university, she found design and fell in love with it, realizing that she had always lived in a creative space. From always drawing from a young age, to taking a fashion and interior design course, being the photography editor of her high school yearbook (Shaunae was too!) and also taking a website design class. In developing her why, she realized that she is a problem solver who loves to help other people tell their story and their brand, and the best way she can do that is in a creative way.
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