In recent years, I had several heartbreaking and challenging experiences that prompted some serious soul searching. Why do I feel so passionate about this? Why am I drawn to familial interactions, emotion and milestones? I have found that the worth of a photo isn’t necessarily made apparent until that photo is lost forever, or that loved one is gone forever. I have experienced both of those aspects of loss recently, and those experiences have shaken me to my core. To have the ability to look at a photo of a little boy that is gone forever, but still being able to see that little personality shining back at you makes you realize just how truly fleeting life can be. And why we take so many photos to document the people and events in our lives that are so meaningful. That is why I do what I do. So when our memories fade, or when life’s tragedies strike, we have something to hold on to.
Aside from photography, my other hobbies include being silly with my kids, yoga, running, home renovations and quilting.
I love meeting new people and making new friends. Don’t be shy! Send me a message.