“My name is Sara Lobla and I am a photographer or maybe I’m just a photographerand my name is Sara Lobla. Don’t know exactly what came first. The truth is that I remember when I pressed a button for the first time. Surely I must get back to the past enough. What is lasting is the idea that since those ancient times, I started to collect the memories that my family made to conceal my small goals and in my frameworks I cut almost every foot from my unique models, that innocent restlessness for photography that would slowly turning unconsciously in the most important thing in my life. Even if someone tries to deny it,avoid it or even ignore it, he can never escape from a great love.

Even if you escape to a Nordic country or even if you change your identity and dyeyour hair red. This idea has always been present in my life and it has been that, although moving around and taking a little more time than planned, brought me to this moment. The photo returned to find me, although we never had separated, but returned so strongly that it swept out everything that wasn’t worth it. At the age of 28 years, I invested all my savings to study the knowledge that I was lacking and, shortly after studying, I was earning a living with my camera. Since then, everything has been an intense path. ”

However everything started to change, and now I feel that the most important thing in my life is my son, he is my source of inspiration, and I see unconditional love whenever I look into his eyes.

So that’s when I realize that this is what I wanted, to shoot all over the world, this unconditional love that I see and feel with “insignificant” things, often for the human eye, such as the fall of a leaf, the blossom of a flower, the wrinkles of a thoughtful old woman… because at the end each act of daily life can be extraordinary, if we are able to see love in it.