at , Columbus, 43235 United States
Photography focused on capturing family milestones.
Other photographers ask me how do I get my clients to look so happy and natural. Clients ask how I manage to capture the true personality of their child or their family. Those compliments are why I love what I do, but for me the answer is really quite simple. When I had my children I wanted to remember everything – their silly faces, their ever-changing personalities, their favorite toys, accomplishments and experiences. I can tell the stories of their lives just by looking at their pictures. Everyone has a story worth remembering and my focus is to help tell it through photography. I aim to present a relaxing, fun photography experience that best capture smiles, looks, glances and expressions. I strive to take photos and document memories so you can remember loved ones and important family moments exactly as they were.
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A big thank you to everyone who purchased dodge ball photos, we raised almost $300 to help send the 8th grade to D.C. I know they appreciate it!
Being a photographer, and an observer of how all things have gone the digital way, it is becoming apparent to me how few people actually print their photos. We store everything in our hard drives or on our phones and they never make it to the walls of our house or somewhere you can enjoy them on a daily basis. So, I wanted to suggest something that I started doing when Quinn was in first grade. I noticed how in that year in particular he had so many firsts, learned to tie his shoes, first soccer goal, learned to swim, and I knew I would forget about them if I didn't document it. I also wanted something for my boys to look back on when they are older so they could one day relive all their achievements when I am too forgetful to know at what age they, fill in the blank. So I started doing a photo book for each of my boys for each of their birthdays (or sometimes months after, like this year) entitled, "The Year I Was.....". It has just a few pages and is so simple to make. It just has a few photos and words on each page about special things they did that year, new things they tried, vacations we took, and just pictures of them changing and growing. I wish I would have started sooner, so I wanted to suggest this for anyone who is not a scrapbooker, or is just a busy parent. It is a wonderful keepsake to have, and never to late to start!
Today I started off the photo year with a canine shoot at some parks around town and a less-than-traveled path. I have a feeling this is going to be a great year!