Tricia Enfield Photography » Tricia Enfield is Seattle area photographer. She focuses on creating authentic photographs of families, children and couples.

Ronin

“I grew up in New York. I lost both my parents before I was 18. But, I was glad that I buried my parents, and they didn’t have to bury me. And, there I was, a kid without guardians in New York. Like Ronin, a Samurai with no master. But I made it. I defied the odds.” “How did you defy the odds?” “Some people would say something here about God or a higher power. But, for me, I’m going to quote Eric B. & Rakim. ‘Don’t’ sweat the technique’ It means to me that sometimes you’ve gotta let go, and let the higher power, or the logic, take over. Some people have asked me if I would trade it all for an easier life. Would I wish for my life to be totally different? I wouldn’t trade one minute of my time with my Mom and Dad for an easier life. They gave me so much.” “What brought you to Seattle?” “Go West young man, and see what you can find is what brought me here. The University District has been my home for most of my Seattle years, because the housing is more affordable. But, it’s becoming as expensive as Capitol Hill. I’m in between regular jobs. I’m thinking about going to school to do something different. Something that’s not in food service or hospitality. But, I haven’t decided yet.”

“I grew up in New York. I lost both my parents before I was 18. But, I was glad that I buried my parents, and they didn’t have to bury me. And, there I was, a kid without guardians in New York. Like Ronin, a Samurai with no master. But I made it. I defied the odds.”
“How did you defy the odds?”
“Some people would say something here about God or a higher power. But, for me, I’m going to quote Eric B. & Rakim. ‘Don’t’ sweat the technique’ It means to me that sometimes you’ve gotta let go, and let the higher power, or the logic, take over. Some people have asked me if I would trade it all for an easier life. Would I wish for my life to be totally different? I wouldn’t trade one minute of my time with my Mom and Dad for an easier life. They gave me so much.”
“What brought you to Seattle?”
“Go West young man, and see what you can find is what brought me here. The University District has been my home for most of my Seattle years, because the housing is more affordable. But, it’s becoming as expensive as Capitol Hill. I’m in between regular jobs. I’m thinking about going to school to do something different. Something that’s not in food service or hospitality. But, I haven’t decided yet.”

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