I grew up with a camera in my hand. (That’s me on my tricycle me at age 3 already taking pictures). My dad was a professional photographer who did studio work (but hated the chaos of shooting a wedding) and he helped spark my love of taking pictures. Fast forward 30-some years and been privileged as a Richmond wedding photographer to have photographed over 300 weddings and oodles of babies, high school seniors and business headshots.
When I’m not behind the lens, you’ll find me hanging out with my son riding roller coasters or splashing around at the pool, buying all the sparkly things, and trying to decide what new color to paint the walls in my house. My life has been a series of twists and turns, but what it has taught me is that life is too short to not be yourself. It took many years to embrace what makes me awesome and to learn to live in the moment. Miracles happen every day. If we change our perception of what a miracle is, you will learn see them all around. So how about taking the time to recognize those every day, ordinary miracles that occur in your world and let’s make today awesome together!