I was 14 when I got my first real camera as a Christmas gift from my Dad. It was a passion of his, and I have many a fond memory of learning photography and film processing from him. I still have prints he made in our basement darkroom, and the prints he helped me make. Photography evolved as I grew into adulthood, and the old form of the art seems all but lost. Gone are the days when you had to develop and print your film to even have a glimpse of your images. We live in an on-demand world where technology is constantly changing around us. The worlds of photography and digital media are no different. I have had cameras that store images on floppy disk, small CD’s, and a whole host of different memory cards. Technology comes and goes.


What endures is the legacy that is left behind with an artfully presented  photograph. This why I do what I do. It brings me such joy and satisfaction to beautifully preserve those precious, fleeting first days of a new life. It is a tremendous privilege to be chosen as your photographer,