You know the mom that makes
the older boys roll
their eyes because it isn't cool to
get their picture taken,
but she can get them to stand
still long enough to
smile and get the shot? Then
she hangs around long
enough to catch them being
goofy with their
friends when they don't even
has a camera pointed in their direction.
And the awkward girls is their
formal dresses who don't know where
to stand, snap to attention
when she coordinates them into place.
She also ALWAYS
seems to have her camera and catches
those spur of the moment
pricesless shots that leave most
"I wish I had my camera with me." And like
some kind of magic,
she can take action shots in a gym and not them
turn out blurry or yellow.
Somehow even cryings babies seem to smile sweetly
at her camera.
Well, that mom is me. My photography started as
a hobby taking pictures at my kids' events.
It envolved into taking pictures for friends
and the newspaper and then to getting formal training for studio photography. I love the experience and challenge of perserving memories in photographs. My goal is to capture individuals with their unique personalities, interests and skills in the moment it happens; whether it be the thrill of dunking a basketball, the tenderness of loving a newborn, the anticipation of an engagement, or the pride of getting ready to graduate, I can dedicate the moment to a visual image.