I love those randomly put together galleries more than curated ones.
Maybe because it is as close as it can get to the real world –
all is messy and never runs in a linear line
and being serious comes and goes as easily as laughter.
Whenever a family opens their doors to me, I try to cherish the randomness of every moment
and encourage the heartfelt messiness that shows a FAMILY lives there
not just people.
Random is good. It shows that life is still in order.