As I stepped off the plane and onto the streets of Holguin, Cuba, I felt a wave of emotion wash over me. I was about to see my family after three long years.
As a photographer, I knew I had to document everything, to capture the memories and the moments that made this trip so memorable.
It was a three-day-long photoshoot. We laughed and had fun as I clicked away with my camera documenting my family. I spent three days capturing their spirit, their joy, and energy.
Looking at these documentary images, I feel happy, thankful, and nostalgic. The memories of my trip to Cuba and the moments I shared with my family just come back. These photos are more than just pictures. They are a part of my family legacy, a visual representation of our history.
That's why it's so important to have family photos taken. They are a reminder of love and connection. It's a way to preserve our family legacy and pass it down our history to future generations.