The beauty of being utterly and genuinely happy is something I’ve been overlooking often since the trauma in my life. I found my true happiness in performing at a young age, and it’s something I’ve carried all through my life. But when bad people come into your life to take your happiness for themselves, it’s hard to get it back on your own. I’ve been working hard for the last eight months to find my true happiness again, though I’ve made some significant progress along the way. Pictured is a rare and shining moment for me: beaming with true and genuine happiness. It’s a blessing that it was caught on camera. Tyler Knott Gregson Litographs

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