Starnia has always loved the camera as a child. Where there was a camera, best believe she would be ready to strike a pose. However, Starnia liked to be in front of the camera and loved being behind the camera too. If there was a family party, best believe Starnia’s camera would be ready to capture those moments. Starnia loved her family so much; pictures was how she felt close to them. It was like looking back at a picture, remembering the exact day and the emotions you had that day, and just remembering a joyful moment through a photograph. She used to say, “When I die one day (HOPEFULLY NO TIME SOON), everyone will have a picture of her with them.” Starnia already knew she wanted a slide show with pictures of everyone she had ever taken a picture with so that at that moment, everyone should be thinking about the good times and cherish those moments through a photograph that can bring back all the emotions, feelings, and memory of what was going on before the picture was taken after the photo was taken, and simply living in that moment. So that is where Starnia’s passion for photography came about.
And we all, with unveiled face, beholding the glory of the Lord, are being transformed into the same image from one degree of glory to another. For this comes from the Lord who is the Spirit.