Born Creative. I have always had an interest in anything artistic. Be it, a coloring book, and art project, making mud outside or a photograph.
My father gave me my first camera when I was 15 years old. At 17 I applied to National Geographic and got a nice return letter explaining they weren't hiring at the time. I never stopped creating photographs through college and while I worked in Film/Television.
But . . . I have never known any picture to be more moving than a still photograph.
I always felt and still feel that moments need to be captured since they are the most sustainable piece of your memories.
Despite National Geographic, I went on to become the Official Photographer for the What's Up For Kids magazine. I enjoy creating memories of children as they grow and learn, couples as they declare their love for one another and persons who need a headshot that reflects them and their business.