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Hello friend, I'm Theresa!

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So happy you found me!


I'm a mom of two little sweethearts, a loving wife, and originally from a small town in Germany.

I came to Finland over 10 years ago as an AuPair. In the end of the year I met the man who is now my husband and the main reason why I returned to Finland shortly after the AuPair year had ended. :)

I like creative use of language, writing with an actual pen on paper and soft, golden light just before sunset. Have a huge heart for animals and been eating plant based since teenage. I'm a cat-person living with a dog called Elmo (whom I love, let's be clear on this one!) and I can't get enough of flowers. 

Who are you? :)

What else I like ...

Passion & motivation ...

My passion for photography has been present ever since I can remember. My dad used to photograph us kids a lot and make slides out of them. On special occasions, when the whole family gathers together, we watch them on this super old slide-projector with poor quality but reminded of all the amazing tiny and huge memories. Do you know the feeling when looking at an image that you had forgotten about and suddenly you remember the whole day right in front of your eyes? That is why photographs are so immensely important; they bring us back moments long gone.  

Even more so in today’s fast-paced society, photos of ourselves and our loved ones are more valuable than ever. While we easily take shots with our cell phones, the majority of images will stay exactly there; buried amongst a huge amount of electronic data. I aim at documenting a stage of your life as truly and beautifully as it is, so it will be here to stay for decades - and generations - to come. 

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Feel like I'm the right person for you to tell your story? Awesome! Write me using the contact form or via E-mail.

Can't wait to hear from you!

"Photography takes an instant out of time, altering life by holding it still." -Dorothea Lange

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