I've been married for 12 years now to a great guy. We became parents to 3 beautiful, amazing children in a 6 year span. I think they are the most gorgeous creatures ever and I love photographing them. If you have seen my gallery, you have seen pictures of them all. ;o)
My family is my life. I love, love, love spending time with my family. It doesn't get any better than that for me.
I am a Christian and am so thankful for God's presence in my life. Without him, I would be nothing. All my talent comes from him and I want to use it for his glory.
I love the smell of my babies' breath right after they wake up. I love when they shower me with the same affection I shower them with. Makes me feel SO loved! I ALWAYS kiss my children goodnight. Even if they're already asleep. I love to gaze on them as they sleep.
I can't stand the smell of broccoli. I like the smell of coffee but do NOT like the taste of it. I don't like tomatoes but I love pizza...maybe a little too much. :o)
I love texting but I hate talking on the phone. I love the internet. I only chew half a stick of gum at a time.
I like to sleep. Alot. But I don't get enough of it anymore. However, that's partly my fault b/c I stay up too late. My kids have slept through the night since they were a few months old. No brag. Just fact. ;o)
I like good, strong hugs. The kind that last longer than just a brief second. I know. This will surprise many of you. But it's true. I do.
I developed a passion for photography years ago, and decided to pursue it as more thn a hobby. I have hundreds and hundreds of pictures of my kids. Yes, all 3 them. I am not one of those moms that has no pictures of her second or third born.
I love sunflowers but I don't like gardening.
I don't like dressing up very often. I'm happiest in jeans and flip-flops. Or boots. I love super cute boots!
Dorothea Lange said, "Photography takes an instant out of time, altering life by holding it still."
As a photographer, my goal is to capture the moments that might otherwise have gone unnoticed. It's amazing how you can forget the things that WERE noticed, so why not capture both so you can remember them for a lifetime?