the value of a moment is mysterious until it's a memory.
My family is pretty special to me.
Kellen is 11 and has wanted to be a K-9 Officer since he was 3. William is almost 2, and he loves anything with wheels.
We also have a 21-year old cat named Furry and an 8-year old dufus of a pitbull name Meatball. We rescued them both.
Sometimes our home is messy, but we all love each other... And I think that's all a family needs.
I don't have the 'I dreamt of this my whole life' story. Truth be told, I wanted to be a veterinarian!
It wasn't until I found myself spending hours taking pictures of my son that I remembered doing the same thing with my animals when I was a kid. In fact, I even figured out a way to hack into my SIMS computer game as a kid and change the stock paintings on their walls to photographs I had taken. (Is that crazy??)
Documenting moments is important.
Candid, real, and in-the-moment love.
to capture your moments, and help you tell your story.
The more I take pictures, I find how precious ordinary moments are, and how quickly they pass. My shutter pauses time. And I'm passionate about that.
At the root of my business you will find 3 things...
1) The Golden Rule
2) An unrelenting love for moments
3) A promise to always do my best to serve God and my clients
Life truly is remarkable. Time is always there, but life is short. Being anything other than happy is a moment in your memory wasted. I am truly inspired by the ability to freeze moments in time. Filling my families' homes with happy memories is a dream come true.
I'm inspired by those who enjoy feeling the moment... really feeling it... without worrying about what could go wrong.
Finding motivation in what feels like complete darkness, I feel, is the ultimate forecast for success.