I believe in real moments and chasing sunsets. In the kinds of images that remind you of the joy that can be found in the simplest of moments together. I believe in images that are itching to be printed, placed in beautiful frames and hung on walls for years to come.
I began capturing images on film at the age of 16 when I inherited my grandfathers Rolleiflex camera. The magic of the darkroom and watching my pictures develop in that amber light was fascinating and my hobby turned into my passion.
Whenever I pick up my camera, I strive to create beautiful and emotional images that tell a story and showcase the beauty of both the people in the images and the world around them.
Even with it's ups and downs, your life, your story, are beautiful and I can't wait to create images to show that! My love for photography has brought me everywhere from the beaches of North Carolina to the mountains in Washington. But regardless of where I travel, the snow peaked mountains and red canyons of Utah will always be my home.
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IF I HAD TO DESCRIBE THIS BUSINESS IN THREE WORDS, THEY WOULD BE ORGANIC, EMOTIVE AND FULL OF JOY.
My grandfather was an amateur photographer who built his own darkroom in his house and posed and directed his own Christmas cards each year. I remember going to his house and watching him develop his film and prints with awe. Each Christmas our family displays those old Christmas cards where my mother is frozen in time as a child. I inherited his old Rolleiflex camera that I started using in high school and also in college photography classes as well. That sparked the passion to create timeless images that can be passed on for generations.
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