After her mother passed away, Annemarieke van Drimmelen acquired her camera at the age of ten. She was adept to perceive her mother slightly better by photographing small moments; her father’s hands, light reflecting on the water—it was her way of keeping a diary. In recent years she felt it essential to revisit this approach of spirit, by capturing moments during travels through Arizona, California, Paris and Amsterdam. Tadaima is an intimate portrait in respect to the heartache and its beauty of a journey homeward. It is a narrative of recognisable familial warmth intertwining with Annemarieke becoming a mother for the first time. Tadaima is loosely translated from Japanese as I just came home.