Majer’s Moments Series

Jan 22, 2015 | Family

I am grateful the Majer’s allow me in their life for a brief window of time. Giving me permission to photograph all their musical notes of time. Not all moments were picturesque, there were crescendo / decrescendo, beautiful / ugly, and good / bad.

At the end, all their moments weaved a tapestry that is complex and magnificent threaded with love. The music they created sounds like Piano Concerto No. 5 in E-flat major, Op. 73 (Emperor Concerto) by Ludwig van Beethoven. Thank you for sharing these treasured moments.

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With the arrival of our second child and with many friends and close relatives scattered across the country, we felt it was time to get serious about capturing and sharing this moment in our growing family’s life. We had long resisted hiring a professional, tired of seeing the same old and skeptical of anyone’s ability to capture this exciting and fleeting time. We chose Jiho because of his extraordinary ability to be friendly enough to make you entirely comfortable with his presence while also somehow constantly recording what often turn out to be striking, well composed, high quality images.

Because we wanted authenticity, we invited Jiho to hang out with us in our home, in our neighborhood and in our city. He gently urged us to let him photograph our morning routine, pajamas and all, and beautifully captured the ordinary and mundane. These are moments we would otherwise only hold onto in our memories and, we think, will be our most cherished photos.

We hope we will have many more opportunities to work with Jiho in this lifetime.



Majer Metal Works At MICA
Berlin, Deutschland