"Initially starting as a graphic designer, I picked up my first DSLR in hopes to help my graphic business. Little did I know the tables would quickly turn as I became intrigued with photography and less interested in a full out career in graphic design.
I first began taking pictures of family members, co-workers, and friends to give myself a little practice and learn more about my camera. A few years have passed and I find myself in the midst of shooting my first wedding ever. The nervousness was kicking in until that moment I started snapping pictures. Everything felt so amazingly natural! It was like I had been shooting weddings for years. Ever since that day I've achieved a love for capturing moments that people can look back on and feel like they were there all over again.
Wedding photography is tough and honestly not for everyone. I don't look at what I do as a job but more so a paid passion. There's not many people who get to do something they love and get paid to do it. I feel the same way about my clients. When your clients feel like you're a friend rather them someone they hired, the stress of being infront of the camera becomes absent. I want to be that trust worthy friend for each and everyone of my clients. I mean who doesn't want to hire a wonderfully talented friend?"